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THE YEAR AFTER NEXT 

Two years ago a boy was graduated from this school. Last week from 
half-way across the world he sent me this message: "I have learned this 
from experience and firmly believe it: 

The public schools are the strongest fortifications of liberty, and those 
who dedicate their lives to guarding these posts are among the brave few 
we can never forget or repay." 

I shall not disclose his identity for I think that might embarrass him, 
but of course it is heart-warming to get an endorsement of that kind and 
especially from such a source, since I'm sure the boy has "no axe to grind." 
Though to be completely honest, I think he gives to us, his teachers, more 
honor than we may deserve. 

But that is not what I want to talk about. Rather it is the message 
that underlies his words, for what the boy is trying to say is something of 
this sort: 

"Why couldn't I have seen when I was in school the things that are so 
clear to me now? Why didn't I learn then what now I know would have 
been so much to my advantage? Why did I (and so many more like me) 
resist instead of accept? Must the teacher always force upon me the things 
that are for my good? Why?" 

I shan't mince words here; this matter is too serious to call for a dis- 
play of tact. And most of you are just as capable of straight thinking in 
regard to it as I am — and you can stand unvarnished talk. You know 
perfectly well that the "heel-dragging" and obstructionism and resistance 
that clusters around school obligations is set up by those of you who want 
to have all the privileges and prerogatives of an adult but refuse to 
assume the responsibilities that always must go with them. To put it 
bluntly they are the ones who are afraid to grow up. To hear them tell it one 
would think that they are demanding only that which is in keeping with 
their dignity and what they conceive to be their superior status, but the 
plain truth is that they want to be "babied." 

After the Civil War General Robert E. Lee became a teacher, and one 
day when asked by a father what he (the father) should teach his son, said: 
"Teach him to deny himself", for Lee knew that self-indulgence is the 
easiest of habits and can most thoroughly destroy character. He could have 
added: "Sweet are the uses of adversity." 

It used to be that boys and girls were brought up to expect no favors, 
to ask only for what they were entitled, to expect only what they deserved 
— and thus could prove themselves to be men and women. That's still 
possible now. You don't have to wait until the year after next. 

EDGAR J. MONGAN 



GEORGE V. BUTTNER STORES, Plymouth and Marshfield 



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THE P 1 L G R 

Published by Plymouth High School 


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Cover Design by Bettie Crowell 










Janet Balboni 










Co-editors: 










Sue Lekberg 










TABLE OF CONTENTS 








Dedication 






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Principal's Message 
Table of Contents . 
Pilgrim Staff 






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Administration .... 






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9 




Underclassmen .... 






49 




Were You There? 
Student Activities 






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Girls' Sports 






75 




Boys' Sports 






83 




Acknowledgement . 






96 




Advertising 


PILGRIM STAFF 

1956 — 1957 




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Photography: 


Girls' Sports 


Art Staff 






Tara Sturgis, Editor 


Carole Greaves, Editor 


Bettie Crowell, Ed. 




Karl Lekberg 


Reeta Romano 


Christopher Pyle 




Arlene Perry 




Frank 


.* Cavacco 




Gail Sears 


Senior Statistics: 


Ariel 


Anderson 




Kay LaRocque 


Ethel Bussolari, Ed. 


Robei 


t Torrance 




Jane Pimental 


Dana Bumpus 


John 


Osborne 




Brenda Petocchi 


Jean Perdigao 


Anita 


Robbins 




Barbara Bratti 


Gail Sears 








Boys' Sports: 


Senior Specials: 


Typists: 






Clyde Brini, Editor 


Brenda Petocchi, Ed. 


Kay 


LaRocque 




Timothy Brady 


Dana Bumpus 


Barbara Lamminmaki 




John Pimental 


Gail Sears 


Priso 


11a Souza 




Literature: 


Business Staff: 


School News: 




Janet Lamborghini, Editor 


George Sampson, Manager 


Gail 


Sears, Editor 




Cynthia Foley 


Wayne Pimental 


Liza 


Rossi 




Bettie Crowell 


Linda Mattioli 


Carol 


Voght 




Christopher Pyle 


Anne Cecco 


Ruth 


Goodwin 




George Sampson 


Christopher Pyle 


Russell Canevazzi 




Gregory Baler 


Ida Mae Gore 


Robert Newey 




Lawrence Winokur 


Ann White 








Faye Zoccolante 


Linda Harris 


Assistant 


Editors: 




Mary Guidoboni 


Judy Benassi 






Margaret DeLisle 


Judy Harper 


Rober 


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Mary Silva 


Bettie Crowell 
Sharon Cadman 


Clare dciii^i 
Linda Mattioli 
Russell Canevazzi 




STEVENS THE FLORIST, Flowers for all occasions 





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EXECUTIVE BOARD 

First Row: Clare Banzi. Janet Lamborghini, Brenda Petocchi, Suzanne Lekberg, Janet 

Balboni, Elizabeth Crowell. 
Second Row: George Sampson, Linda Mattioli, Robert Duby, Gail Sears, Tara Sturgis, 

Mr. Roland Holmes, Carole Greaves, Ethel Bussolari, Clyde Brini. 




PILGRIM STAFF 



Congratulations to the Class of 1957, LELAND'S 



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SCHOOL COMMITTEE 




Left to Right: Mr. Spencer Brewster, Mr. Joseph Contente, Mr. Mauro Canevazzi, Mr. 
Donald Welch, Mr. Ralph Weaver, Mr. Walter Snyder, Mr. Alton Cavicchi, Mr. 
Robert Bowler. 



CUSTODIANS 




Left to Right: Mr. Wel- 
don Wood, Mr. John 
Robischeau, Mr. Jos- 
eph Bernardo, Mr. 
John McCarthy, Mr. 
Peter Savard. 



CAFETERIA HELP 



Left to Right: Mrs. Mary 
Scagliarini, Miss Hel- 
en Doherty, Miss 
Mary Zucchi, Mr. 
Thomas Longhi, Mrs. 
Caroline Vecchi. 

Absentees: Mrs. Lillian 
Thomas, Mrs. Dora 
Zoccolante. 










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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 





PRESIDENT 

Clyde Brini 



VICE-PRESIDENT 

Hans Slade 





SECRETARY 

Suzanne Lekberg 



TREASURER 

Ronald Soares 



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JOSEPH THEODORE ALVES 

"C'mon, youse guys!" 

"Josie" — Town Brook Service Station — always 
hitting Pat — blue-eyed blondes — great football 
player — with Dick, Zeke, and Gus — "The Tack 
Kid" — Rat Hole — full of the devil — hates red- 
heads — home arts fan — wants a coke machine 
in P.H.S. — "Air Force, here I come!" — pizza — 
on the carpet — what a laugh! 
Activities: Football: 1, 2, 3. 



ARIEL ANDERSON 

"Son of a Gun!" 

"Andy" — long blond hair and tiny feet — Joni 
James fan — M & M's pet peeve — art and ballet 

— Van Twinkle — Oh! to be skinny — hot coffee 

— "Sleepy Time Gal" — peppy cheerleader — 
French whiz — pet peeve: Bug — Run, Ariel, he 
won't catch you! — wants a water fountain on 
the hockey field — that's a laugh? — Tassy's — 
Manomet's Marilyn. 

Activities: Cheerleaders; Field Hockey: 1, 2, 3; 
Basketball: 1, 2, 3; Library Staff: 2, 3. 



BEVERLY ANN ANDRADE 

"Man, you know that too?" 

"Bev" — always in New Bedford — to own a 
ranch house and have her own hot rod — likes 
Rock and Roll — second period driving class — 
pet peeve: boys that don't dance — with Anita, 
Patty, Margie, and Joan — headed for secretarial 
school — she's engaged — have school twice a 
week — would like to have Joe discharged from 
the Army. 
Activities: Pilgrim. 




Energetic isn't he? 




Mademoiselle Rembrandt 




Well, dah-h-ling! 




ANDREW LOUIS BALBONI 

"Hey, Jake, going to Tassy's?" 

"Andy" — Garuti's Service Station — wants to 
build his own hot rod — Silver Lake girls — likes 
psych, with Mr. Wilson — headed for Northeast- 
ern University for automotive engineering — 
would like to buy a share in Tassy's — with Jake 
and fellow Twin Pipers — secret desire: to test- 
drive cars at Detroit — "Early to bed, early to 
rise" — works for Mando's Furniture. 
Activities: 10<Sa-week Collector: 1, 2, 3; S.A.S.; 
National Honor Society; Basketball: 1. 




Not much for mileage, m-m-m? 



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JANET FRANCES BALBONI 

"What a character!" 

"Jan" — shiny black hair — Plymouth's loss; 
Manomet's gain — "Why don't you become a gym 
teacher, Jan?" — U. of Mass. — Athletic Club be- 
fore school — neat dresser — always writing let- 
ters — future psychologist — coke for breakfast 
— with Sue, Carole, and Dana — wants a Model 
A — Van Twinkle — co-editor of the Pilgrim — 
Jimmy. 

Activities: Basketball: 1, 2, 3; Co-captain of 
Hockey: 2, 3; Tennis: 2, 3; Softball: 1, 2, 3; 
Co-editor of Pilgrim; Latin Club President: 
2; S.A.S.: Dance Committees; Press Club: 
1, 2, 3; National Honor Society; Lab Assis- 
tant: 1; Marching Girls: 2, 3; Science Sem- 
inar: 2, 2; Library Staff: 1; Fund Collector: 
2; Senior Honor Group. 



PATRICIA ADELINE BARRETT 

"Lem-me see!" 

"Pat": — cute dresser — Van Twinkle — dislikes 
2nd period — future "number please?" girl — 
wants to come over on the Mayflower — "Hey, 
Homely!" — McLellan's — a date with Elvis 
Presley — Betty and Barb — would like to have 
a radio in study — Tassy's — loves P. J. parties 

— movie bug — Provincetown — always reading 

— Silver Lake! 



JEANETTE ELIZABETH BASLER 

"Now!" 

"J.B." — C.C.C. — to be a nurse — those crazy 
T.N.T. meetings — a Woolworth slave — secret 
desire: to go shopping on the moon — with Red, 
Viv, and T.N.T. — those curly locks! — likes Miss 
Knight — pizza fan — her trip to Michigan ■ — pet 
peeve: grouchy customers — wrecking typewrit- 
ers as a Sophomore and Junior — loves sports. 
Activities: Basketball: 1, 2, 3; Hockey: 1, 2, 3; 
Tennis: 1, 2, 3; Softball: 1, 2, 3. 




Going swimming? 




PAT!! 







Cha-cha-cha! 




COOPER BEAUREGARD 

"Beat Silver Lake!" 

"Coop" — P.Y.C. — to own a Thunderbird with 
a Lincoln engine — Landing Road, Kingston — 
pet peeve: Mr. Kieberd's calisthenics — B.J. — to 
become a five-star Admiral — girls and cars — 
that French class — likes English IV, and Mr. 
Mullen — happy-go-lucky — plans to become 
an electrical engineer — likes the girls in Kings- 
ton. 
Activities: Football: 2, 3. 




Sailor boy 



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TIMOTHY CONDON BRADY 

"Yes, but !" 

"Tim" — football star — hates talkative girls — 
Pepsi Cola Bottling Company — wants to go to 
college — roller skating — always arguing with 
teachers — to become a Naval Officer — likes 
Physics — in the locker room — that special 
someone — C.Y.O. president — always has a big 
line to give — "Hooker" — "Bucking" Tim Brady. 
Activities: Radio Club: 1; Football: 1, 2, 3; Co- 
capt. 3; Science Seminar: 2, 3; SA.S. 1; Base- 
ball: 1. 





BARBARA ANN BRATTI 

"How about that!" 

"Barb" — shiny black pony tail — to be 5 ft. tall 

— Elvis fan — to wed a doctor — French fries 
and pizza — Cunningham — wants to be a typist 

— Locker 231 — baby sister Margie — Sheehan's 

— a Van Twinkle — staying over Mary Ann's — 
likes transcription — Tassy's. 

Activities: Basketball: 1; Hockey: 1; Pilgrim; 
Dance Committees. 




I get more ironing done 
this way! 




JUDITH MARIE BRENNER 

"That's a low blow!" 

"Judie" — Tassy's — to be a secretary — likes 
pizza, fried clams, and English — can't wait to 
retire — wants longer recesses to get more of 
5th period's homework done — with Di, Barb, 
and Mary — dislikes 1st period study — Vinnie 
— to be a millionaire — "Ma" Urann. 
Activities 10<Sa-week Collector: 1, 2, 3; Bank 
Teller: 3. 




Where's Vinny? 




CLYDE BERTRAND BRINI 

"Wanna bet we win?" 

"Clydie" — very shy once! — with Pete, Hans, 
Dickie and Ron — wants a winning football 
team — Tassy's — his private secretary, Ethel — 
our class president — "But, Alan, this is my 
week for the car!" — sleeps in class — Linda — 
college bound — writing to Pete — to be quarter- 
back for Notre Dame. 

Activities: Baseball: 1, 2. 3; Captain: 2; Football 
1, 2, 3; Co-captain: 3; Basketball: 1, 2, 3; 
Track: 1; Press Club: 2; Glee Club: 2, 3; 
Latin Club: 1; Disc Jockey: 2, 3; Dance Com- 
mittees; Class Motto Committee; S.A.S.: 2, 
3; Pilgrim: Boys' Sports Editor; Sophomore 
Class Vice President; Junior Class President; 
Senior Class President. 




Bob Cousy 



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THOMAS JAMES BROWN 

"If you say so!" 

"Tom" — headed for business school — picture 
him president of General Motors — Is he really 
the quiet type? — liked Psych, with Mr. Wilson 
— secret desire: to build a custom car — with 
Joanie — dislikes winter clothing regulations — 
works at the Bowl-O-Mat — Twin Pipes — Who 
do you share your locker with, Tom? 
Activities: Bank Teller: 1, 2, 3. 



DANA GAGE BUMPUS 

"Oh, say now!" 

"Bump" — boys — always laughing — bound for 
Fisher — loves to dance — her "big Buick" 
— Janie, Tara, Nellie, and Van Twinkles — 
"Dana, why don't you wear Bermuda's?" — 
who lives in Newton? — "But, Ossifer, my car 
doesn't go over 40!" — wants to peroxide her 
hair — loves 5th period study — crazy about pa- 
jama parties — great comforter. 
Activities: Pilgrim; Latin Club: 1, 2; Press Club: 

2, 3; Hockey: 2, 3; Basketball: 2; Marching 

Girls: 2, 3. 



ETHEL BUSSOLARI 

'"Sawdite?" 

"Efo" — Enos's and C.C.C. — to have all Elvis' 
records — that Air Force guy! — with Jean, 
Carol, Carla, and T.N. T. — to date a certain Soph- 
omore — that study in 103 — pizza and boys — pet 
peeve: Mussa — loves driving the Ford — her 
African friend — those flirty eyes — that trip to 
Michigan. 
Activities: Marching Girls: 2, 3; Basketball: 2; 

Tennis 2; Science Seminar: 2, 3; Pilgrim: 

Senior Statistics Editor; Latin Club: 1, 2; 

Class Gift Committee; Dance Committees; 

Senior Honor Group; Lab Assistant: 1; 

National Honor Society. 



EDWARD JOHN CADORETTE 

"What the heck!" 

"Eddie" — works for the Bus Company — at 
Slim's and Tassy's — seen with Riggie and Andy 

— hamburgers, Twin Pipes and a hot Plymouth 

— wants to have music in the cafeteria — dis- 
likes slowpokes and long homelessons over the 
weekend — Linda — plans to become a diesel 
mechanic — likes radio — secret desire: to climb 
a telephone pole. 

Activities: Radio Club. 




Who let the canary out? 




Beauty and the mop 




Eeek! a freak! 




Beachcomber 



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ELIZABETH MAY CALLAHAN 

"Is that necessary?" 

"Betty" — with Pat and Fran — wants visitors at 
recess — the pincurl kid — a special cop — future 
"number please?" gal — -4th period study in 103 

— pet peeve: Sully — McLellan's Candy Counter 

— the DeSoto — can't wait to leave P.H.S. — 
Edgar — dislikes homework — Tassy's — "Rag 
Top." 




English Lit. or World History'; 




JANE FREEMAN CARPENTER 

"But, Ossifer!" 

"Janie" — ■ running out of gas in the '35 Ford — 
imagine her as a second Florence Nightingale — 
"Mom, can I have the Caddy?" — Newton- 
Wellesley bound — fighting with Jimmy — "Jane, 
does the sun do that?" — parties at the Tea 
House — speed demon — works at Smith's and 40 
Warren Ave. — Bren, Dana, and Van Twinkles 
— official hoop carrier — Tassy's. 
Activities: Latin Club: 1, 2; Pilgrim: 3. 




Really, dah-ling 




FRANK SOUZA CAVACCO JR. 

"Shall I put the top down?" 

"Frank 'C " — art class — to have his loud pipes 
back again — likes chocolate frappes and blondes 
with any color hair! — that red Chevie — always 
there with a crazy remark — seen with Riggie, 
Glenn, and the boys at Slim's — "Ma" Urann — 
secret desire to have the Chevie paid for! — dis- 
likes grouchy customers at the A&P. 




The small change too? 




CLOTILDE ALCIDE CORVELLO 

"Oh, be quiet!" 

"Tillie" — wants to have soundproof walls in the 
study hall — secret desire: to become a famous 
singer — always smiling — with Mary, Viv, Barb, 
and Teen Queens — to have her own car! — likes 
music and Mrs. Kingman — always writing let- 
ters and listening to WCOP — ■ can't wait to leave 
Plymouth; "number please" gal. 
Activities: Glee Club. 




Sitting on top of the world 



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FREDERICK COVELL 

'That a true story?" 

"Chief" — Romano's poolroom — seen with Jimmy, 
Pete, Tom and Ron — wants to be head of the 
Waves — likes winning pool games — works at 
Cooper's Drug — dislikes homework — likes Glob- 
al Geography — headed for the Navy — hails 
from Chiltonville — Mr. Holmes — to have young 
female teachers at P.H.S. — pet peeve: guidance 
period. 



BARBARA ANNE CREMONINI 

"I don't know." 

"Barb" — Tassy's — likes stenography and Mrs. 
Raymond — with Di, Mary, and Judie — wants 
to go to Washington, D. C. for a visit — pizza 
and French fries — works for Beneficial Finance 
Company — secret desire: to get rid of Plymouth 
Rock — hates to be called "Crum" — that phone 
in study hall! — escalators for the seniors. 
Activities: Office Assistant; 10«Sa-week Collec- 
tor: 1, 2, 3. 



ROBERT RONALD CROCIATI 

"Who, me? I didn't do it!" 

"Jake" — works at the Cities Service Gas Station 

— riding around with the boys, and playing 
pool — with Andy and the Twin Pipes — wants 
to become a mechanic — cars, girls, and money 

— secret desire: take all teachers out of P.H.S. 
and have no homework — Tassy's and the Bowl- 
ing Alley — dislikes getting up early in the 
morning. 




Aspirin, please 




Fun for the feeble 




With or without marshmallow 




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ELIZABETH ANN CROWELL 

"Nonconformist!" 

"Bettie" — to found a museum in God's country 

— writing a best seller — likes Intellectuals and 
Individualists — four years of art college, then 
three sets of twins — all for seeing-eye locks — 
Woolworth's — with Chris, Tammy, and Hotshot 

— to be a lasting companion to that certain 
temperamentalist — dislikes bananas, feuds, and 
Mr. Pyle's magazine rack. 

Activities: Dance Committees; Pilgrim: Art Ed- 
itor. 




Windblown 




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ROLLENE MAY DARSCH 

"Oh, sugar!" 

"Cookie" — in a two-tone '54 Plymouth — to 
photograph a teacher with a mouthful — fried 
onion rings and butterscotch sauce — Don — al- 
ways daydreaming — wants to have waiters in 
the cafeteria — with Barb and Viv — Wool- 
worth's Office — secret desire: to have her 
"three wishes" come true — Mrs. Kingman. 
Activities: Bowling; Bank Teller; Fund Collec- 
tor: 1; S.A.S.: 1; Office Assistant: 3; Pilgrim. 



DEWEY PETER DEBRUSK 

"Who's buying?" 

"Riggie" — seen at Slim's Texaco Station — Uncle 
Sam gets him after graduation — blond wavy 
hair — likes Mr. Guidoboni and auto mechanics 
— works at Pilgrim Drug — Chevies — with the 
guys — plays trombone — wishes PHS would 
get better equipment for auto mechanics — se- 
cret desire: "Put a GMC in my Chevie and 
watch the Fords through my rear-view mirror!" 
Activities: Office messenger; Band: 1, 2, 3. 




Since I met you, baby 




"Riggy" 




VIVIAN MARIE DOUYLLIEZ 

"Get it? Got it. Good!" 

"Viv" — Miss Knight's office — to type a trans- 
cript without an error — wants elevators to 
every room — with Red, Jeanette, and Rollene 
— French fries, tuna, and lushy meatballs — 
secret desire: to be a dentist's dentist — rides 
around in a '51 Merc, with Mai — dislikes Mr. 
Mullen's cough drops and teachers who make 
you write all the time. 

Activities: Office Assistant: 2, 3; National Honor 
Society; Softball: 1; Pilgrim; Hockey: 2, 3; 
Basketball: 2, 3; Bank Teller 2; Fund Col- 
lector 3. 




Mel's tootsies? 




DANIEL BROWN DREW 

"Hasbrouck, get me out of study!" 

"Danny" — at the Boy's Club — to play basket- 
ball like Bob Cousy — food, bowling, basketball, 
and Basic Math III — wants more study periods 
and fewer teachers — works at Larch Hill — 
seen with Art and Gene — secret desire: to tune 
up Mr. Mongan's Buick! — working and eating — 
always pesters Gene in study. 
Activities: Ticket-seller: 1, 2, 3; Senior Honor 
Group. 




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RICHARD HOLMES DUNHAM 

"I could say something, but I won't!" 

"Dick" — 34 Allerton Street and Marcia — wants 
to become a disc jockey and TV announcer — 
likes 1:35 p.m. on Friday and holidays — work- 
ing, eating, and listening to WCOP — home arts 
with Mrs. Kingman and study in 103 — Plymouth 
Baking Co. — with Dick, Greg, and the Twin 
Pipes — dislikes long assemblies. 



WARNER JENSON ELDREDGE 

"I dunno!" 

"Warner" — drives a truck for Cedarville Lum- 
ber Yard — with Glenn, Dick W., Riggie, and 
Zeke — home arts and a Mrs. Kingman fan — 
spare time - "Oh, for some!" — girls and money 
— that aqua Merc! — loves Italian food — pet 
peeve: teachers — sleep, sleep, sleep — future 
mechanic — that long ride to Plymouth. 



JAMES MILTON ELLIS 

"You're a riot, but you know what happens to 

riots — they get broken up!" 
"Swifty" — likes gym — goes hunting with 
Woody — with Howie, Norm, and the boys — 
those blue eyes! — seen slaving at Holmes' groc- 
ery — to visit Plymouth in his '68 Cadillac — 
"Ma" Urann— always sleeping in 6th period study 
— a hot '47 Ford coupe — Wonder how he got 
his nickname? — Whitehorse and Mel's Gas Sta- 
tion. 
Activities: Baseball: 1, 2. 




Quel age avez-vous? 




Scholar in Ferryland! 




Don't drop it! 



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NORMAN ALAN FERREIRA 

"Maybe we oughta'!" 

"Norm" — Slim's Station and Tassy's — to own 
a custom auto body shop — convertibles, music, 
and dancing — those eyes! — home arts with 
Mrs. Kingman — ride, eat, and sleep — with the 
boys from Slim's — What's Silver Lake got? — 
Twin Pipes — dislikes gym and people who don't 
mind their own business — wishes a certain per- 
son would keep quiet in Study — favorite usher 
at Old Colony Theater. 




Smile for the birdie 



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STANLEY PAUL FERREIRA 

"Oh — What I mean!" 

"Stan" — flashy eyes — with Gus, Bug, Clydie, 
and Hans — Air Force bound — Mary — to find 
the chicken he left at Tassy's — great loafer — 
skinny legs — "Lover" — home arts — horses and 
cows — terrific personality — telling Dana jokes 
— enormous appetite — in the sophomore cor- 
ridor — flirtatious — our star end on the football 
team — always worrying. 
Activities: Track: 1, 2, 3; Football: 1, 2, 3. 



ELLIOT FILLIPPINI 

"Moon" 

"Lover" — Uncle Sam is going to get him — at 
the Boy's Club — likes Mr. Ferry — with Bug, 
Gus and Stan — secretly desires to make a touch- 
down — 4th period study in 103 — Tony Curtis 
— plays pool — girls, food, and more girls — 
would like a shorter school day. 
Activities Football: 1, 2, 3; Baseball: 1, 2. 



NORMAN JOSEPH FORTINI 

"Moon" 

"Mountain" — lives for his custom Ford — com- 
ical and cute — home arts with Mrs. Kingman — 
with Regg, Howie, and Swifty — curly-top? — to 
build the world's fastest rod — Bren — working 
at Fortini and Son Poultry Co. — spends spare 
time eating chickens and eggs — Twin Pipes — 
at Tassy's, with those girls! — dislikes Chevies 
great loafer — Slim's. 



BARBARA ANN FURTADO 

"Sure ya do!" 

"Barb" — at Tassy's — always with Arlene and 
Cilia — loves driving Dad's Plymouth — Mrs. 
Kingman and home arts — seen at the Royal 
Palm Do-Nut Shop — secret desire: to travel 
with the U.S.A.F. — thrives on pizza and ginger- 
ale — definitely in favor of doing away with 
P.H.S. — always writing letters. 




May I have this dance? 




Leave me alone! 




How are those chicks, Norm? 




What goes on in the 
girls' room 






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MARY LOUISE GIAR 

"Nobody asked me!" 

"Mar'lu" — freckles and red hair — coffee 
frappes — C.C. — miss that 1:60 Club? — Mary 
Lou, don't be mad! — a certain teacher — Mason's 

— walking in the rain — "Don't call me crazy!" 

— Ariel, Bren, and Van Twinkles — temper, 
temper, temper — Manomet Point — loves P.J. 
parties — frequent conferences in the office — 
Manomet hick — Tassy's. 

Activities: Dance Committees; Pilgrim; Hockey: 
1; Basketball: 2. 




Position is everything in life 





CAROLE ANN GREAVES 

"Oh, Janet!" 

"Carole" — Miss Knight's office — to be a success 

— headed for U. cf Mass. — likes arguing with a 
certain English teacher — seen with both Janets, 
Clare, and T.N.T. — secret desire to weigh 120 — 
peeved when the "e" is omitted from her name 

— those Physics tests — abolish homelessons. 
Activities: Hockey: 1, 2, 3; Basketball: 1, 2, 3; 

Softball: 2; Press Club: 1, 2, 3; Latin Club: 
1, 2; Lab Assistant: 1; National Honor So- 
ciety; 10f-a-week Collector: 3; Bank Teller: 
1; Pilgrim: Girls' Sports Editor; Sunsetters: 
1; Dance Committees; Bowling: 2; Science 
Seminar: 2, 3; Senior Honor Group. 



BARBARA ANN HAMBLIN 

"Bean-blossom" 

"Barbs" — bowling, movies, and roller skating 
— with Barbara, Kay, Marion, Tillie, Dotty, and 
Ann — likes music with Mr. Milton, and Mrs. 
Raymond — Tassy's — Dick — secret desire: to 
own a pink Cadillac convertible — loves to buy 
new clothes and just drive around — works for 
Plymouth Fishermen's Cooperative — to have 
music in study hall. 
Activities: Bank Teller: 3. 




There's a fire in the shower! 




Future librarian? 



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JEAN ANNA HANSON 

"Gee, how did you guess?" 

"Emily" — to marry a millionaire — picture her 
a nurse — with Ethel, Carol, and T.N.T. — likes 
pizza, Dad's car, English, and Ma Urann — to 
abolish Elvis — wants escalators for exhausted 
seniors — those beautiful eyes — an A&P gal — 
that effervescent personality. 
Activities: Latin Club: 1, 2; Librarian: 2, 3; 

S.A.S.: 2, 3; Bank Teller: 2; Office Assistant: 

2, 3; Fund Collector: 2. 




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JOAN MABEL HANSON 

"Oh, no!!" 

"Joan" — the other half — seen slaving at the 

A&P — likes English with Mrs. Raymond — with 

Jean, Margot, and T.N.T. — dislikes flirts — that 

green Plymouth — ■ Northeastern — those cute 

dimples — from the wilds of Carver Rd. — 

"Eddie, My Love" — to have her blond curls — 

U. of Mass. bound. 

Activities: Latin Club: 1, 2; Office Assistant: 2, 3. 



AUSTIN OSBORNE HARDING 

"Whip it up!" 

"Aus" — with John and Art — pizza, motorcy- 
cles, and a certain girl — at Pete's, Jim's, and 
Churchill's — radio with Mr. Packard — hails 
from Manomet — going to join the Navy — he's 
an uncle! — to be an electronic engineer — so 
quiet — dislikes talkative girls and Elvis Presley. 
Activities: Radio Club. 



EUGENE ROBERT HASBROUCK 

"Oh, yes!" 

"Gene" — Stang's — to be a Captain — hates 
noisy study periods — doing homework on a 
pool table — likes English and "Ma" Urann — 
Navy — hunting, bowling, and run, run, run — 
install larger lockers — to have small books with 
large pictures — with Danny and Ronnie — dis- 
likes mile-long lunch lines, corny jokes, and 
cold winters. 

Activities: Cross Country: 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3; 
Bank Teller; Ticket Seller. 



JOHN MAURICE HEALY 

"Give me some bread (money)!" 

"Johnny" — at Jim's and Gellar's — secret de- 
sire: to own a black Thunderbird — headed for 
an engineering school after graduation — Mr. 
Packard — wants to have drag races at recess — 
cars, girls, and food — that English class! — 
chauffeur to a certain English teacher — would 
like to move to California. 




Latin whiz 




Whose is it? 




Hank's helper 




And with this — you steer it 



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GLENN EDWARD HEPPLESTON 

"How's that grab ya'?" 

"Hep" — Slim's Station and Tassy's — anxious to 
sell his first house — cool Chev' — home arts 
with Mrs. Kingman — that senior study in 103 
— with the boys from Slim's — special interest 
in Brockton — "Let's tip the school over and 
leave the poor lions alone!" — secret desire: to 
see Riggy married — Twin Pipes — works for 
Walter Schroeder's Real Estate and Insurance. 



MARION JEANNETTE HOLMES 

"Oh, really?" 

"Minny" — with Bert and Staples — likes study 
and music — wants to build a new home — Mrs. 
Raymond — works at Harry's drugstore — secret 
desire: to travel — has just enough spare time to 
plan what to do next — dislikes homelessons — 
engaged — so quiet — long curly hair. 



HOWARD ALFRED KIERSTEAD 

"Hey, youse guys!" 

"Howie" — Navy bound — at Slim's and Tassy's 

— '49 Ford — the silent type — with Swifty, 
Reggie, Rod, Norm, and Jim — dislikes Chevies 

— Marion — study hall fan — Twin Pipes — great 
loafer — ■ When is he going to paint his car? — 
doesn't move too fast! — Twin Pipes. 
Activities: Football: 1. 




Tourist?? 




Whom are you waiting for? 




Catching up on my reading 



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WILLIAM EDWARD LABRECK 

"How about that?" 

"Bill" — another of Mr. Guidoboni's boys — likes 
hunting and fishing — hails from Manomet — 
seen at Gellar's with Cliffie, Stevie, and Willie 

— can't see why he has to wear a necktie — 
secret desire: to own the fastest car in Manomet 

— dislikes girls? — bound for the U.S.A.F. — 
sleeps in his spare time — never without a laugh. 




Spring fever! 




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CAROL ANN LACEY 

"That's nifty." 

"Trixie" — to go to Maryland — a future nurse 
— sweet personality — W.A. of Rainbow — likes 
pizza, and English with Mrs. Raymond — active 
band member — with Jean and Ethel — dislikes 
Elvis! — always smiling — typing enthusiast — 
her dear little brother? — a certain photog- 
rapher. 

Activities: Class Motto Committee; Band: 1, 2, 3; 
Manager of Girls' Sports; Pilgrim; Orches- 
tra: 1, 2, 3; Latin Club: 1; Bank Teller: 2; 
Office Assistant 2; Glee Club 2. 



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Old Faithful 




JANET EDITH LAMBORGHINI 

"Is this organized confusion or confused organ- 
ization?" 

"Jan" — her attic lab — those summers at Long 
Pond — seen with Carole, Pandy, and T.N.T. — 
dislikes calorie charts and empty gas tanks — 
arguing with Bettie on religion — to be presi- 
dent of A.E.C. — her three big brothers — first 
prize winner at the State Science Fair liked by 
all. 

Activities: Dance Committees; Lab Assistant: 1; 
Pilgrim: Literary Editor; Class Motto Com- 
mittee; Press Club: 1, 2; S.A.S.: 1, 2, 3; Pres- 
ident of Honor Society; Hockey: 1, 2, 3; 
Basketball: 1, 3; Biology Teacherette; Chair- 
man of the Scholarship Fund; Fund Collec- 
tor: 1, 2, 3; Latin Club: 1, 2; Librarian: 1; 
Science Seminar 2, 3; Senior Honor Group. 




Lamborghini's Theory 




BARBARA CAROL LAMMINMAKI 

"For heaven's sake!" 

"Barb" — Rhythm-and-Blues, pizza, French fries, 
and boys — Tassy's and the movies — can't wait 
to marry a handsome millionaire — wants to put 
a jukebox in each homeroom — Mom, may I 
have the car tonight? — with Barb, Kay, Pat, 
Ann, and Jo — secret desire: to own her own 
red Mercury convertible — her kid sister! — Mr. 
Smiley. 
Activities: Pilgrim: typist. 




I'm pooped! 




KAY-ELLEN LAROCQUE 

"Oh, my gosh; when did that happen?" 

"Kay" — to be a secretary — Tassy's — working 
and eating — boys with bow ties, nice clothes, 
Camp Norse, and the Kingston Class of '55 — 
with Barb, Ann, Mary, Tillie, and Lucy — wants 
to have a filing cabinet put in 303 for Mrs. 
Bagnall — secret desire: to be a fashion model 
— her sister! — wishes a certain boy .wouldn't 
slam her locker door! — Mrs. Gardner. 
Activities: Library Staff: 1, 2, 3; Pilgrim: typist; 
Glee Club: 2; Basketball 1; Tennis: 1. 




Pocohantas. 



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SUZANNE LEKBERG 

"Ho-o-ly mackerel!" 

"Sue" — wonderful student — a certain tall bas- 
ketball player — from God's country (Ellisville) 
— slaving on the Pilgrim with Jan — Deaconess 
bound — President of Manomet P. F. — a Van 
Twinkle — dislikes missing 6th period study — 
our class secretary — secretly desires to be a 
hot rod driver — always worrying — "Where to 
now, Karl? — Student Government Day. 
Activities: Marching Girls: 2, 3; Basketball: 2; 
National Honor Society; Science Seminar; 
2; Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Class Sec- 
retary; Dance Committees; Co-editor of 
Pilgrim; S.A.S.: 3; Senior Honor Group. 



PATRICIA EILEEN LEMIEUX 

"Gee Whiz!" 

"Tishy" — with Mary, Di, and Jan — Cherry 
Street — likes a '55 Chevie, and weekends with 
no homelessons — wants to make a lot of money 
— she's engaged! — works at McLellan's — secret 
desire: to own her own car, and type one hun- 
dred words a minute — hates to have her study 
taken away — Mrs. Bagnall — one of Mrs. Whit- 
ing's helpers. 

Activities: Office Assistant: 2, 3; Bank Teller: 1, 
3; Ticket Seller: 1; Senior Honor Group. 



ROBERT BARONI LILLICH 

"Is that right?" 

"Baroni" — Tassy's — to be an engineer — likes 
vacations; long ones — Trig. — he's college bound 

— loves eating and sleeping — with Tick, Flash, 
and Quinnie — wants to abolish homework — 
secret desire: to be an inventor — Mrs. Raymond 

— works for Memorial Press. 
Activities: Baseball. 




What was that crack? 




How many words a minute? 




Squeeky joint 



£<.* V.- 




LUCILLE BLANCHE MACRAE 

"Oh, no!" 

"Lucy" — with Judie, Kay, and Ann — likes 
bookkeeping and Mrs. Urann — always writing 
letters — loves to cook, sew, and read — she's 
engaged — wishes there was no such thing as 
homework — plans to get married after P.H.S — 
very quiet — tall and blond. 
Activities: Bank Teller: 3. 




Who's the letter to? 



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ALAN DAVID MALAGUTI 

"Get out of here, Leech!" 

"Gus" — sharp dresser — the big "D" — track 
fan — with Dickie, Rod, Bug, and Wayne — 
doesn't work; doesn't want to — a riot — going 
to Franklin Technical Institute — future head 
man of Malaguti Bros.? — always going to 
Brockton — left half-back on the football team 
— sandpits — Tassy's — what a walk! — not very 
talkative — got stuck in the sand at Plymouth 
Beach. 
Activities: Football: 1, 2, 3; Track: 2, 3. 




Interesting 






JANICE MARIE MORGARDO 

"Wha\ you kidding me?" 

"Mousy" — Boot Pond — to own a '57 Plymouth 
— likes candied apples and Elvis — Bunky — to 
go to Florida with Sharon — would like to move 
P.H.S. into Boston — seen with Dolly, Sandy, 
and Sharon — secret desire: to live in South 
America — dislikes strawberries and cold 
weather. 

Activities: Bank Teller; Marching Girls: 2; 
Pilgrim; 10(!-a-week Collector: 1, 2, 3. 



VICTOR LOUIS MORINI 

"Vic" — at Tassy's — with Bug, Dick, Gus, and 

Stan — his excursions to Carver — to see the 
P.H.S. football team have an undefeated season 
— can't decide between college or the service — 
likes English with Mrs. Raymond — pet peeve: 
guidance period — the strong, silent type — great 
football player — S.F. 

Activities: Football: 1, 2, 3; Baseball: 1, 2, 3; 
Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra: 2, 3. 



MARIETTA NELSON 

"You A-rab!" 

"Nellie" — curly top? — great tennis player — 
Wm. C. R. Ill — always riding around with Dana, 
Tara, and Janie — Miss Jacques' fan — her, have 
a job? — three-day pajama parties — lazy — 
Bridgewater State — ■ to get out of 6th period — 
Van Twinkle — Beach club — wishes the '57 
Chevie were hers — Bermudas — "Dana, I'm so 
confused!" — hates to get up early in the morn- 
ing. 

Activities: Hockey: 1, 2, 3; Basketball: 1, 2, 3; 
Tennis: 1, 2, 3; Marching Girls: 2, 3; S.A.S.: 
3; Pilgrim: 2, 3; Chairman of Class Motto 
Committee; Dance Committee. 




It's a Royal! 




See my dancing slippers': 




Next tennis champ 






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DONALD ARTHUR NEWEY JR. 

"Huh?" 

"Donnie" — another Ellisvillian — likes Physics 
and Mrs. Raymond — seen with Karl — sopho- 
more girls — football squad — pet dislikes: 
Lillich and Gus — future engineer; "Northeast- 
ern, here I come!" — needs a new car — a whiz 
in Trig — working on the farm — dislikes hot 
dogs on Wednesdays. 
Activities: Football: 3; Senior Honor Group. 



ANN MARIE OLDHAM 

"Oh, yeh?" 

"Annie Oakley" — Pilgrim Drug — with Kay, 
Barb, Ann, Lucy, and Marion — to be a secretary 

— likes Rock-and-Roll and pizza — a certain 
boy — secret desire: to travel around the world 

— dislikes straight hair and homelessons — al- 
ways drawing — likes stenography with Mrs. 
Gardner. 



EUGENE HENRY OLDHAM JR. 

"I don't know!" 

"Gene" — likes money and girls — destination: 
U.S. Air Force — -Jim's — likes Business Ec. and 
Mr. Ferry — seen with Wes, John, and Jerry — 
loves to go hunting and fishing — would enjoy 
five study periods a day — pet peeves: home- 
work and his cousin — he's looking for the per- 
fect wife! 
Activities: Ten-cent-a-week Collector. 




Don't fence me in 




Cheesecake 




Big game hunter 







JOHN EARLE OSBORNE 

"Johnny" — Johnny's Lunch and Stang's — with 
the "men" in North Plymouth — to make a spot 
shot blindfolded — likes girls, pool, and card 
games — art with Mrs. Brown — "I don't even 
know what I'm going to do tomorrow; never 
mind next year!" — have all young women 
teachers. 
Activities: Art Staff. 




Yearbook illustrations 



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DENNIS PHILIP PARKER 

"So what?" 

"Denny" — likes girls (especially blondes) — the 
Rat Hole — with Zeke, George, Wayne, Gus, and 
Bug — "Don't call me, Jap!" — future mechanic 

— Think he'll ever get his car on the road? — 
works at the Do-Nut Shop — hates red-heads — > 
Air Force bound — "Pine" — always in trouble 

— pole vaults for the track team. 



JEAN PERDIGAO 

"What a riot!" 

"Jeanie" — to be tall and willowy — likes every- 
body else's car and Mr. Smiley — U. of Mass. 
bound — secret desire: to be the only girl in a 
fraternity — with Margot, Pandy, Joan, and 
T.N.T. — would like to see the faculty in Ber- 
muda shorts — a real cutie and a lot of fun, but 
oh, so shy! 

Activities: Press Club: 1, 2, 3; National Honor 
Society; Marching Girls: 2, 3; Senior Honor 

Group; Dance Committees; Pilgrim; Latin 

Club 1, 2. 



ARLENE JOYCE PERRY 

"I don't know!" 

"Arlene" — Tassy's — become the world's best 
cook — likes tuna sandwiches and black coffee 
— works at the Royal Palm Jr. Do-nut Shop — 
with Barb, Cilia, and Teen Queens — dislikes 
bookkeeping — always writing letters — typing 
in 101 with the girls — Mr. Holmes — secret de- 
sire: to live in Conn. — Chuck. 
Activities: Pilgrim. 




"Pine" 




Calypso mama 





Have a jelly donut 




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PETER JOHN PETERSON 

"Holy mackerel!" 

"Pete" — Skippy's — he hears Uncle Sam calling 
— likes two-legged deer and bookkeeping — a 
cute Jr. blonde — wants to have a new school — 
with Fred, Roy, Dick, Bob, and Vin — secret 
desire: to go hunting in Canada — one of "Ma" 
Urann's fans — seen riding around in his "cold" 
Plymouth — works in the Plymouth Cordage 
Lab — Carol. 




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BRENDA MARY PETOCCHI 

"Fasten your safety belts!" 

"Bren" — sharp dresser — pet peeve: Albert — 
the "big M" — Smith's — "Anchors Aweigh" — 
Fisher bound — dancing with Hans — "Sherwood 
Forest, Robin Hood speaking." — tries to sleep 
at pajama parties — Janie, Mary Lou, and Van 
Twinkles — future air-line hostess — fan of Mr. 
Wilson — wants new cheerleader uniforms — 
Mrs. Whiting's little helper — Tassy's — "See 
ya!" — double-jointed wink. 

Activities: Cheerleaders; Pilgrim: Senior Spec- 
ials Editor; Dance Committees; Office As- 
sistant: 1, 2, 3; Bank Teller: 1. 




Who me? 






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JOHN VICTOR PIMENTAL 

"What! — are you kidding me?" 

"Bug" — great flirt — with Al, Gus, Stan, Wayne, 
and Dick — no Ford anymore — U.S. Marines 

— girls, girls, girls — Tassy's — wants a football 
field and track close by the school — likes Trig 

— a riot — chasing Gail T. — Nook Farm — 
drives teachers crazy — "Rock Island Line" — 
likes Mrs. Bagnall — peachfuzz under his nose. 
Activities: S.A.S.: 2; Football 1, 2, 3; Basketball: 

1, 2, 3; Glee Club: 2; Orchestra: 2, 3; Band: 
1, 2, 3; Track lOf-a-week Collector: 1, 2, 3. 




Holding the clothesline up? 




PAUL PHILIP PIMENTAL 

"Wanna drag?" 

"Buz" — works at the A&P — "Anchors Aweigh" 
— with Tibbetts, Disalvatore, and Ray — Fore- 
father's Texaco Station — secret desire: to own 
a '57 Lincoln convertible — to be a first-class 
mechanic — girls, cars, R&R and R&B — likes 
home arts with Mrs. Kingman — doesn't get any 
studying done in 103 — motorcycles. 




Leaning tower of Pimental 



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RODNEY ALFRED PIMENTAL 

"Hey, fellas, here comes Moon!" 

"Rod" — his dark-blue Ford — that adorable 
chuckle — born with good luck — always riding 
around — Mrs. Urann's pet — dislikes homework 
and Chevies — Navy bound — Regg, Billy, Den, 
and Russ — misses Miss Kelly — to make Jerry 
Lewis principal of P.H.S. — sleeping in study — 
with the boys at Romboldi's — good-looking. 
Activities: Football: 1, 3. 




Which one's the Rod? 



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DOMINGO JOHN PINA 

"Dingo" — seen with Fred and Bob — likes gym 
and first period study — at Tassy's — likes Eng- 
lish with "Ma" Urann — would like to install 
elevators at P.H.S. — plans to attend a business 
school — thinks Plymouth should have a teen- 
age recreation center — collects tickets at our 
basketball games. 
Activities: Ticket-seller. 



DIANE MARIE PIZZOTTI 

"What you say?" 

"Di" — with Mary, Judie, and Barb — Tassy's — 
a date with Elvis — '55 gray Buicks — wants to 
open a spaghetti parlor — "number please?" gal 
— "Perk" — secret desire: to give Sully a ticket 
and to be able to read Japanese — hates to be 
rushed — "Mrs. Mayfield" for Mary — Radio 
WINS — keeps the post office from going out of 
business — likes Mr. Smiley. 

Activities: lOfSa-week Collector: 2, 3; S.A.S.: 
3; Fund Collector: 3; Pilgrim: 3; Office As- 
sistant: 3; Bank Teller 1, 2, 3; Ticket Seller: 
1, 2, 3; Senior Honor Group. 




PLEASE! get the bone 




Snow queen 




JUDITH GLADYS PRENTICE 

"For crying out loud!" 

"Judy" — ■ with Mary, Linda, and Lucy — wants 
to be the world's best hairdresser and make a 
lot of money — always eating — likes English 
and Mrs. Urann — works at Woolworth's — '54 
Ford — so quiet! — our shyest girl — those big 
dreamy eyes. 
Activities Glee Club: 2. 





CHRISTOPHER HOWLAND PYLE 

"How much do you want now, Beauregard?" 

"Chris" — loves sailing — headed for college — 
pet peeve: typewriters with blank keys — P.Y.C. 
— wishes he could collect some unpaid bets from 
Silver Lakers — dislikes girls? — an official 
guide at Plymouth Rock — secret desire: to scut- 
tle "Mayflower II" on a mudflat — politics — his 
favorite teacher is Mr. Pyle! (he has a choice??). 
Activities: Cross Country: 1; Pilgrim: 2, 3; Dance 
Committees: 2, 3. 




I spied a lofty clippership 



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RONALD JOSEPH QUINTAL 

"What are you doing tonight?" 

"Quinnie" — works at Ernie's Grill — plays the 
bass drum in the P.H.S. Band — with Tic, Lil, 
and Len — always at the Rat Hole — secret de- 
sire to get an "A" in Physics — hates getting up 
early in the morning — likes pizza — one of the 
boys from North Plymouth. 
Activities: Band: 1, 2, 3. 



GEORGEIANN REILLY 

"Mr. Tavernelli, the flag is falling." 

"George" — Ivy league shirts with button-down 
collars — Karrylle and Van Twinkles — to pitch 
a tent in the John Seaver Field — taking quick 
trains to New York for short weekends — Tassy's 

— wants to participate in 1960 World Olympics 

— good sport — great dresser — "Tara, I don't 
have Trig, and I don't come from Brooklyn!" — 
silent type — pizza, pizza, pizza! — "California, 
here I come!" 




Yes, I use Jergens 



If 



Anyone got a banana? 




NAN WALKER GRAHAM RICHARDSON 

"Merciful Minerva!" 

"Nan — Leland's — to be as smart as Pandy, as 
tall as Tara, and to have curly hair like Stanley- 

— peppy cheerleader — Dennet — seen with 
Pandy — dislikes people who are late — secret 
desire; swing from the auditorium chandeliers 

— a lass from bonny Scotland — picture her a 
kindergarten teacher. 

Activities: Cheerleaders; Tennis: 1, 2; Dance 
Committees; Class Colors Committee. 




Chilly cheers 




ANITA LOUISE ROBBINS 

"I'm hungry!" 

"Bunny" — seen with Bev, Bettie, and Pat — 
Tommy's Chevie — wants to become a secretary 
and then get married — likes food, sewing, rec- 
ords, and shorthand — loves to draw — to eat as 
much as she does and keep her figure — dislikes 
'57 cars and mushrooms — to own a ranch house 
and a Model A Ford — beautiful clothes. 
Activities: Pilgrim; Dance Committees. 




Artistic Anita 



M^m-4^mi 






VIRGINIA RODERICK 

"Oh, well." 

"Ginny" — to be a secretary — likes pizza and 
Elvis — seen with Mary and Jeanie — Fisher 
Junior College — secret desire: it's a secret! — 
dislikes driving lessons — always smiling — those 
crazy kneesocks — Trig whiz — a Currier's gal — 
— Latin translations — those enviable report 
cards — so shy. 
Activities: Latin Club: 1, 2; Senior Honor Group. 



ROGER ARNO ROESSEL 

"Get lost!" 

"Flash" — at the Rat Hole — seen with Jake and 
Andy — secret desire: to attempt a swim across 
the harbor — pool, pool, pool — Basic Math II — 
plans to hit the road after graduation — the si- 
lent type — all for six studies a day — picture 
him president of United Airlines. 
Activities: Radio Club. 



MARGOT PAULDING RUFFINI 

"Who, me?" 

"Margot" — to be three inches shorter — bound 
for U. of Mass. — with Jean, Pandy, Joan, and 
T.N.T. — dislikes lunch lines and Latin — special 
interest in Webster — likes steak and Mr. 
Holmes — relaxing in odd positions — secret de- 
sire: to be president of the Mickey Mouse Club 
— good sense of humor. 
Activities: Pilgrim; Marching Girls: 2, 3; Science 

Seminar: 2, 3; Bank Teller: Latin Club: 1,2; 

Senior Honor Group. 



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Last minute cramming' 




Busy boy! 




Always on the phone 




ROBERT FRANCIS RUGGIERO 

"Darn it!" 

"Reggie" — loves to sleep, and eat pizza — Mrs. 
Urann's messenger — ambition: to make his Ford 
stop burning oil — secretly desires to stop argu- 
ing with Gail — always needs a haircut — work- 
ing on his car — dancing — "Oh, those '57 Ford 
convertibles — Norm, Rod, and Denny — likes 
Mr. Guidoboni — Navy-bound — working at 
Fortini's Poultry Farm. 




A-w-w-w go on! 






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MARY ELIZABETH RUPRECHT 

"Oh, oh!" 

"Mary" — Tassy's — future airline hostess — 
likes stenography and Mrs. Urann — Mercs. — 
car hop at Pete's — to have individual radios in 
study hall — dislikes Texas, Liberace — seen with 
Ginny, and Tillie — secret desire: to drive in a 
drag race — Dave — those flirty eyes — Trig tests. 
Activities: Latin Club: 1; Librarian; Senior 
Honor Group. 



JAMES DUNCAN RYAN 

"What's the French assignment?" 

"Connie" — works at Smith's — dislikes cold 
mornings and long homelessons over the week- 
end — seen with Howie and Jina at Harry's — 
would like longer recesses — headed for the 
service — seen riding around town — secret de- 
sire: to get the highest mark in Col. Math IV! — 
likes the salesgirls at Smith's — wants to have 
his own Jaguar — ambition: to own Smith's. 



VINCENT JOSEPH SALVI 

"Where ya' goin'?" 

"Vinny" — Tassy's — to be a C.P.A. — pizza, the 
Celtics, and Chevies — likes bookkeeping and 
Mr. Wilson — headed for Babson Institute — 
spends money — with Larry — wants to own a 
swimming pool — Judy — dislikes Fords and 
women drivers — works in the Plymouth Cord- 
age Co. Lab. 
Activities: Pilgrim; Bank Teller: 1, 2, 3; Fund 

Collector: 2; Ticket Seller; National Honor 

Society; Senior Honor Group. 




Record crazy 




Book report? 




Holding it up? 




GEORGE FREDERICK SAMPSON 

"Too much" 

"Tammy" — Boston — seen with Park and Til- 
ford — wants to die content! — Mercedes Benz 
— likes English IV — headed for college — se- 
cret, desire: to win a ski meet — dislikes Agatha 
Christie — his favorite teacher is Life — an Official 
Guide at Plymouth Rock — Ski Fiend — "Sapho" 
and Sartre. Individualism. 

Activities: Pilgrim: Business Manager; En- 
gineers' Council; Class Colors Committee; 
Senior Honor Group. 




Tara! more money? 



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ANN SAVERY 

"I dunno." 

"Pandy" — Penn. State or U. of Mich. — likes 
mushrooms and arguing with Mr. Smiley — al- 
ways chewing her tongue — would abolish 
science projects — dislikes shoes — with Margot, 
Jean, Janet, and T.N.T. — picture her with five 
sons — sparkling brown eyes — enlivens all her 
classes — meets any occasion with a witty re- 
mark. 

Activities: Marching Girls: 2, 3; Pilgrim; Latin 
Club: 1, 2; Senior Honor Group. 




My, you eat a lot! 





MARY THERESA SAVI 

"You're bungy!" 

"Mary" — that 6th period study in 101! — wishes 
she had a cute nickname — move to Boston after 
P.H.S. — with Di, Judie, and Barb — Tassy's — 
secret desire a date with Elvis! — Bob — always 
making Di rush — would love to make the best 
pizza in town — puts up with Angie's teasing — 
a "number please" gal — Mr. Holmes — hates to 
walk to school. 

Activities: 10(f-a-week Collector: 2; Pilgrim: 3; 
Ticket Seller: 1; Marching Girls: 2, 3. 



GAIL ELAINE SEARS 

"I don't get it!" 

"Gail" — Bobby and his '50 Ford — never stops 
talking — loves Elvis Presley — Woolworth's — 
stripes! — record crazy — always in the bathtub 

— to bop like Brenda — pajama parties — Tassy's 

— secretly desires to sing on tune — Bren and 
Van Twinkles — always arguing with Reggie! — 
"I'm hungry!" — to own a convertible — "Oh, 
that boyfriend of mine!" 

Activities Marching Girls: 2, 3; Pilgrim: Features 
Editor; Latin Club: 1, 2; Press Club: 1; Of- 
fice Assistant: 3; Senior Honor Group. 




Funny wheelbarrow 




Caught in the act! 




MARYANN SEARS 

"Count three and pray." 

"Dolly" — likes short men, eating, and time just 
to be lazy — Tassy's — wants fifteen-minute 
classes — Bubba — hates temperamental people 
— pet peeve: Paul Pimental — favorite subject is 
English — seen with Jan and Sandy — Oh, to be 
5' 4"! — a "number please?" girl — "He get me 
so mad!" 

Activities: Bank Teller: 1, 2, 3; Pilgrim; Dance 
Committees. 




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JUDITH ANN SHAW 

"A-ba-ba-dizh!" 

"Judie" — Shaw's taxi service — headed for 
nursing school — cheeseburgers and black olives 
— "The Choke" — to be blond like Sis — highway 
menace! — forever combing her hair — wants 
girls' football — telephone bug — to have her 
own room — the way she runs! — Van Twinkle 
— beautiful clothes — Lizzie's paint job — P.J. 
parties at Fresh Pond. 

Activities: Pilgrim; Dance Committees; March- 
ing Girls: 2, 3; S.A.S.: 2; Fund Collector: 2. 




We SHOULD be there 





RONALD SHERMAN 

"Who?" 

"Ronnie" — seen with George, Fred and the boys 
— loves to go hunting and to play golf — wishes 
Mr. Nunez would come back to P.H.S. — he 
hears Uncle Sam's call — secret desire to be able 
to hunt all year long — likes Senior English 
with Mrs. Raymond. 



CHARLES SKULSKY 

"I know it." 

"Red" — seen with Tom and Richard — to be a 
big executive — likes airplanes, cars, and his 
job — Physics — headed for college — seen land- 
scaping his house — works at the Green Thumb 
— dislikes writing compositions — wants to abol- 
ish long homelessons — Mrs. Raymond. 
Activities: Radio Club: 1, 2; Pilgrim; Football: 2; 

Sunsetters: 1, 2; Biology assistant: 1; Dance 

Committees. 




The shy type 




The friend and the foe 




HANS AUSTIN SLADE 

"Gleep" 

"Jack" — 6' 5" — having trouble with mixed-up 
blonds! — University of Mass. bound — his '38 
Ford — at Churchill's — basketball star — with 
Clydie, Stan, and Dick — Nat "King" Cole fan 
— lifeguard in Manomet — great smile — always 
trying to get out of 6th period study — poet — 
Sue — mood music — wants to be a salesman? 
Activities: Senior Class Vice President; Basket- 
ball: 2,3; Football: 3; Track: 2, 3; Baseball: 2. 




My last basket, sniff-f! 







RONALD JOSEPH SOARES 

"Oh, no!" 

"Ron" — vanilla frappes and blonds — questions 
for Mrs. Raymond — with Clydie, Hans, Russ, and 
Dickie — to play pro-basketball — dislikes 
grumpy people — "Rat Hole" — class treasurer 
— June — wants to be a jet pilot in the Air 
Force — good guy — likes to go hunting and 
fishing — college bound — "Hey, Lard!" — Has 
trouble with Miss L. 

Activities: Band: 1, 2, 3; Orcestra: 1, 2, 3; S.A.S.: 
2, 3, president: 3; Baseball: 1; Sophomore, 
Junior, and Senior Class Treasurer; Basket- 
ball: 1, 2, 3; Football: 1, 2. 



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New uniforms 




PRISCILLA ANNE SOUZA 

"Jeekers!" 

"Cilia" — with the kids — with Arlene, Barbara, 
and the Teen Queens — secret desire: to be 
Elvis Presley's private secretary — always sham- 
pooing her hair — likes her brother, Steve, Rock- 
and-Roll, transcription, and "Ma" Urann — sings 
in St. Mary's choir — another Woolworth's slave 
— wants a three-day school week. 
Activities: Ticket Seller; Pilgrim. 




Don't yell at me! 





DOROTHY ELEANOR STAPLES 

"Hurry up!" 

"Dot" — study period IV — at Marie's house — 
Oh, to meet Elvis Presley! — men, pizza and Bill 

— wants all male teachers at P.H.S. — spends 
spare time skating, babysitting and dancing — 
seen with Myrna, Joan, Marie, and Marion — 
dislikes conceited boys and arguing with Muriel 

— full of life — Mrs. Raymond. 




Studious? 



ROBERT FREDERICK STRASSEL 

"Sure ya' do!" 

"Bob" — hates to wear neckties — would like 
music in study hall — plans to join the Navy 
after P.H.S. — Nancy — spends his spare time 
riding around — likes Radio and Mr. Guidoboni 
— that English class! — wants to go to California 
— works at Arons — seen with Tick and Ronnie. 
Activities: Band 1, 2, 3. 




Lazy bones 






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TARA STURGIS 

"Hey, George, have you done your Trig?" 
"Tara" — beach-comber — backfiring the little 
Nash — weekend trips to New Hampshire — 
horses and dog biscuits — bombing around with 
Nellie and Dana — secretly desires to go to the 
Rat Hole — to be a drum majorette at S.M.U. — 
talking with Marietta in French Class — slow- 
poke — Van Twinkle — co-captain of cheerlead- 
ers — boys. 

Activities: Co-captain of Cheerleaders; Press 
Club: 1, 2, 3; Co-captain of Hockey: 3; Bas- 
ketball 1, 2, 3; Pilgrim: Photography Editor; 
Fund Collector: 1, 3; Latin Club: 1, 2; S.A.S.: 
1, 3; Softball: 1, 2, 3; Tennis: 2; Lab. As- 
sistant; Office Assistant; Hockey: 1, 2, 3; 
Dance Committees. 




Poor cow! 





LORRAINE SURREY 

"Not too bright!" 

"Red" — at Paula's — to be a nurse — boys, 
Rock-and-Roll music — a typing whiz — with 
Jeanette, Viv, and Paula — secret desire: to own 
a customized '51 Mercury — Mr. Guidoboni — 
works at Jordan Hospital — T.N.T. — to have a 
Coke machine and a juke box in the cafeteria 
— her red hair and freckles. 
Activities: Hockey: 1, 2, 3; Softball: 1, 2; Basket- 
ball 1, 2, 3; Marching Girls: 2, 3. 



RICHARD JOSEPH TACHE 

No favorite saying; he just mumbles. 

"Dickie" — tall, dark, and handsome — with Gus, 
Bug, Wayne, Ron, and Joe — full of fun — a Glee 
Club boy! — Tassy 's — crazy j itterbugger — track 
fan — that famous run against Abington — "Hey, 
Dickie, there's your old flame!" — likes brunettes 
— headed for the Air Force with the boys — 
would like to out-jump Jack. 
Activities: Class Colors Committee; Class Gift 
Committee: chairman; Band: 1, 2, 3; Orches- 
tra: 1, 2, 3; Basketball: 1, 2; Track: 2, 3; 
Football: 1, 2, 3. 




Carrot in a garbage can 

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Mew socks, huh? 




JOAN WYAND THISSELL 

"Hey, doll, where ya' goin'?" 

"Jo" — at Tassy's and Pete's — likes study in 
303, pizza, and coke — with Alice, Dolly, Jan, 
and Dotty — dislikes homework — "number 
please?" — digs Rock-n-Roll the most — U.S. 
Navy — horseback riding, bowling, and dancing 
— "Rainbow." 

Activities: Bankteller: 1, 2, 3; Pilgrim; Sunset- 
ter: 1. 



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"Drop dead!" 

"Bob" — seen working for Mr. Tobey or unload- 
ing fishing boats — power glides — S e n o r a 
Brown and 6th period art class — his blue Chevie 
— they call him "Pierre Rodriques" — seen with 
the guys — our best dancer — his brother — 
great personality, but oh! that temper — girls — 
wants to be a finish carpenter — dislikes girls 
who smoke. 
Activities: Pilgrim: 1, 2, 3; Dance Committees. 



DENNIS JOSEPH VECCHI 

"Come on, you guys!" 

"Vec" — likes gym, cars, and Ann — big blue 
eyes — with Rod, Bob, Bill, and Russ — dislikes 
homework — ambition: to get married — either 
"jerking" at Cooper's or riding around — Navy 
bound — secretly desires to beat a certain Chev 
and see Rod run out of luck — likes Mr. Mullen 
— at Romboldi's with the boys — working on 
his Ford. 
Actvities: Basketball: 1; Football: 3. 



LEONARD PAUL VENTURI 

"Oh, keep quiet!" 

"Lenny" — sells shoes at Walk-Overs — hates 
homework — with Clough, Bob, and Smitty — 
likes gym best — Uncle Sam will get him after 
graduation — working on his car — at the Esso 
Station — chic dresser — would like to take a 
trip to the moon — "Ma" fan — picture him driv- 
ing an MG. 

Activities: 10#-a-week Collector: 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 
3; Orchestra: 2, 3. 



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You got a nerve! 




Dirty carburetor 




SANDRA FRANCES WATSON 

"Yummy" 

"Sandy" — loves French fries and big hot 
fudge sundaes — "Don" — seen with Jan and 
Dolly — "Phoebe" — likes Mr. Smiley — secret 
desire to go to Florida — "Let's jump and scream 
and have a ball!" — Miss Downey's pet peeve — 
parasite! — always on the phone — "Jim's". 
Activities: Pilgrim; Bank Teller: 1, 2, 3; Sun- 
setters: 1. 




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RICHARD GENE WEST 

"Well, do tell!" 

"Dick" — destination: U.S. Marines — a pioneer 
in home arts — likes Mrs. Kingman — seen with 
Dick and Doug — would like to own a sporting 
goods store — to own a Chevie Corvette — can't 
wait to graduate — spends his spare time hunt- 
ing — plays in our band — is definitely in favor 
of abolishing homework. 
Activities: Band: 1, 2, 3. 



RICHARD LEONARD WDLLIS 

"I'll call you later, Jean!" 

"Dick" — likes holidays, Saturdays, and Sundays 
— at Romboldi's with the boys — wants to give 
P.H.S. back to the Pilgrims — good-looking — 
working at Gulf Twins Service Station — headed 
for Trade School — likes Mr. Guidoboni — wants 
to become an auto mechanic or electrician — 
secretly desires to own a '57 customized Cadil- 
lac Eldorado — home arts. 



JUDITH ANN WOOD 

"Steve's coming up!" 

"Judy" — future medical secretary — Fisher 
bound — bowling — Pete's Drive-In — dental as- 
sistant — wants to visit Disneyland — Van 
Twinkle — the way she walks! — pretty clothes 
— "Raf " — the new and old Chevie — loves typ- 
ing and pizza — "Dy Dickie!" — lots of fun. 
Activities: Marching Girls: 2. 




Blow, man, blow! 




The handsome one 




Dreaming — of whom? 




THOMAS MANDO WOOD 

"Big thrill!" 

"Tick" — likes pizza and "Pat" — has no use for 
neckties — wants to become a C.P.A. — Business 
Economics with Mr. Ferry — works at Leon- 
ardi's Grocery Store — with Strassel and Quin- 
nie — at the Rat Hole — another fan of "Ma 
Urann — to do away with all classes except 
study — Oh! that bookkeeping! 







LAWRENCE EDWARD WYLIE 

"Whoa there!" 

"Larry" — can't wait to graduate — one of the 
North Plymouth boys — loves pizza, but not the 
food in the cafeteria — that fourth period study! 
— works at Benny's — secret desire: to get an 
A plus in bookkeeping! — would just as soon do 
without P.H.S. — headed for the Service — likes 
English with Mrs. Raymond. 



RONALD HENRY ZION 

"Get off my ear!" 

"Zeke" — headed for the Navy — likes pizza and 
cars — one of the gang from North Plymouth — 
fixing up his car — wants to become a top-notch 
auto mechanic — home arts — Parker bothers 
him — at the poolroom — destined to sail around 
the world — Is he the shyest boy in our class? 



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"Are you kidding me?" 

"Dave" — likes cars, pizza, and chocolate ice 
cream — headed for the service — Hamilton 
Street — secretly desires to beat Rod's Ford — 
works for Reliable Fish Co. Inc. — "Ghito!" — 
likes Mr. Guidoboni — with Rod, Paul, and Bob 
— wants to become a diesel mechanic — home 
arts and study in 103 — Franny — pet dislikes: 
Vec and Torrance — to burn P.H.S. — working 
on his Ford. • 
Activities: Football: 1, 3. 




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THE PERFECT BOY OF 1957 
would . . . 

Have Hair like Norman Ferreira 

Eyes like Jimmy Ellis 

Nose like Jimmy Ryan 

Ears like Warner Eldridge 

A Smile like Clyde Brini 

A Voice like Tom Brown 

A Laugh like Rodney Pimental 

A Complexion like Chris Pyle 

Hands like Larry Wylie 

A Physique like Dickie Willis 

A Walk like Andy Balboni 

A Disposition like Lenny Venturi 

The Vitality of Ronny Soares 

Clothes of Alan Malaguti 

Charm of Hans Slade 

Efficiency of George Sampson 

Reliability of Vinny Salvi 

The Appetite of Stanley Ferreira 

A Car like Norman Fortini 




Look like Denny Vecchi in a bathing suit. 

Look like Josie Alves in chinos and a sweatshirt. 

Enjoy eating pizza like Bobby Ruggiero. 

Play football like Tim Brady. 

Enjoy hunting like Ronny Sherman and Billy LaBreck. 

Have a picture of Natalie Wood in his locker. 



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would . . . 

, ''iy\ Have Hair like Barbara Bratti 

" /y Eyes like Judy Prentice 

Nose like Sue Lekberg 

Ears like Betty Crowell 

A Smile like Dana Bumpus 

A Voice like Marietta Nelson 

A Laugh like Ariel Anderson 

A Complexion like Jean Hanson 

Hands like Judie Shaw 

A Figure like Tara Sturgis 

A Walk like Mary Lou Giar 

A Disposition like Carol Lacey 

Pep like Brenda Petocchi 

Clothes of Judy Wood 

Charm of Jane Carpenter 

Poise of Jean Perdigao 

Efficiency of Pat Lemieux 

Reliability of Barb Cremonini 

The Appetite of Pat Barrett 




Look like Diane Pizzotti in a bathing suit. 

Look like Janet Balboni in Bermudas. 

Enjoy eating pizza like Gail Sears. 

Have a Rock and Roll collection like Ethel Bussolari and Georgeiann Reilly 

Be an avid reader like Margot Ruffini. 

Enjoy sports like Vivian Douylliez. 

Have a crush on Pat Boone. 

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SEN I OR MASKPARADE 



The Voice, Bobby R, strange food. 

Octane gasoline, '56 Ford, General Chairman of Honor Group. 

Wonderful artist, long hair, Manomet Gal. 

Mai, girls' sports, Pete's Drive-In. 

Beautiful complexion, with her sister, A&P girl. 

Shyest in our class, Room 30, beautiful eyes. 

Trips to New York, button-down shirts, "George". 

Quiet, with Margot and Pandy, beautiful brown hair. 

Horses, her pony tail, farm in N. H. 

Engaged to Joe, with Anita, Room 305. 

Ballerina, Antenna, Basketball star. 

Great disposition, W. A. of Rainbow, Manager of basketball. 

With her sister Jean, A&P girl, cute brother. 

Sweet gal, likes a 6 footer, co-editor. 

Real smart, with Margot and Jean, petite 95 lbs. 

Bermuda's, J.M., co-editor. 

Dennett, can't see a thing without glasses, cheerleader. 

Vinny S., very quiet, pretty clothes. 

Her three brothers, what an appetite!, fighting with Josie. 

Quiet, her brother is in our class, with Ella K. 

The Choke, Florence Nightingale, V.S. 

Black pony tail, so small, Sheehan's. 

Hot temper, with Carole Ann, Athletic Club. 

"Chuck", "No. please" gal, '49 Ford. 

Ronnie, that wink!, what a voice. 

Likes to read, her brother's convertible, with Pandy and Jean. 

Nice smile, big Buick, loves to dance. 

With Ginny, David B., North Plymouth Gal. 

Steve, lots of clothes, writing letters. 

With Paula, works at Jordan Hospital, red hair. 

Edgar, the DeSoto, Tom and Ruth. 

Mother has a Beauty Shop, Donny, good artist. 

Freckles, Manomet, crazy Lou. 

Dizzy, her green Hornet, cute figure. 

Tennis star, Shaggy, brother's car. 

Engaged to Burt R., quiet, long hair. 

Future scientist, crazy fads, '50 Ford. 

With Jeanette, U. of Mass. bound, National Honor Society. 

Three sisters, with Barb and Mary, she's an aunt. 

Office girl, walking to school with Carol L., Beneficial Finance Co. 

Boys, hot driver, with Arlene. 

Lives on Pill Hill, with Diane, "No. please" girl. 

Tall and slim, with Sharon, Phoebe and Dolly. 

Sweet, very artistic, Tommy. 

"No. please" girl, family owns Laundrimat, "Patches". 

Engaged to Bubba, "Dolly", Telephone Operator. 

With sister Ann, yearbook typist, boys. 

Office girl, Jimmy S., McLellan's. 

"Phoebe", with Don, Miss Downey's parasite. 

Works in Woolworth's, with Arlene, Room 302. 

Quiet Ginny, with Mary, very studious. 

"Gabby", Jim's, great joke teller from Manomet. 

Norm, '35 Ford, Blondie. 

Drives an Olds, Room 303, loves to go to Boston. 



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Engaged to Paul, tall blonde, with Ann and Kay. 

Dickie R., with Shirley and Mary, quiet. 

Funny laugh, good physique, carries a torch for J.S.? 

Cheerleader's brother, the Olds, Yacht Club. 

"Jake", Cities Service Garage, with Andy. 

Suzanne, the tall one, mood music. 

Joanie, works at Bowling Alleys, best-natured boy. 

Shannon, "pineapple", football star. 

Silent type, likes to go hunting, from South St., with guys. 

Class artist, guide at Plymouth Rock, talking with B.C. 

"Pine", with Zeke and guys, Jap. 

Blond Junior, class treasurer, basketball star. 

Rigor mortis, his Chevie, very shy. 

President, Linda, '48 Ford. 

Works at Walk-Over's, good sport, with the guys. 

National Honor Society, Sharon, quiet. 

Hep dancer, hot temper, Sue's partner. 

From Manomet, at Geller's, with Tach, Willy, Pete, and Pepper. 

Track star, quiet, intelligent. 

Jean, best-looking boy, crazy driver. 

Carol, doubles with Judy B. and Vinny, gray Ply. 

Gray Ford, with Austin and Jim, Mother is a teacher. 

Football star, freckles, Room 305. 

'50 Ford, Gail, pal of "Ma" Urann's. 

Ellisville inhabitant, Poultry Farm, in the soph, corridor with P.C. 

Very intelligent, Judy B., blue Plymouth. 

Sharp dresser, the DeSoto, left halfback. 

Works for Arons, that locker library, plays in the band. 

Tall and handsome, class gift committee chairman, with "Gus". 

Ford Station Wagon, Smith's, with Howie and Jim. 

With John H., Manomet boy, Initials: A.H. 

Works at Green Thumb, blue Plymouth, red hair. 

Linda, '48 Plymouth, works for bus company. 

Janie, '53 Ford, tall, dark and handsome. 

Business Manager, Sue from Newton, the old DeSoto? 

Works at A&P, Chevie convertible, at Slims. 

Flame on his car, with Rig, Twin Pipes. 

Flashy eyes, Mary, wonderful personality. 

Girls, girls; mustache, big flirt. 

"Mountain", his '50 Ford, Poultry Farm. 

Quiet type, Marion B., '49 Ford (unpainted). 

Twitch, N. Plymouth, Fights with "Gus". 

With Wesley and Flipper, quiet, always fighting with his sister Ann. 

Nice eyes, "Swifty", has a drawl. 

Ann, his nose!, '50 Ford. 

'54 Ford, so quiet, Radio Club. 

Boy's Club, basketball, so small. 

Green Ply., with Glenn, Marcia. 

Quiet, from Cedarville, Merc. 

Turtle neck jerseys, football, with the guys. 

Mrs. Brown's class, cool cat, lives near W.P.L.M. 

Dark eyes, "Pauly", at Slim's. 

Lots of fun, blue Ford, all girls (brunettes?) 

Lives on Braley Ln., with Ronny S., Silent type. 

Works in Benny's, with Sam, Robert, and Frankie, in Sheehan's. 

Plays bass drum, very quiet, works at Ernie's. 

Franny, '51 Ford, husky guy. 

Very shy, Mercury, Wayne and the fellows out North. 

Works at People's Market, got a sister, Choo-choo. 

Slim, plays in the band, Initials: R.W. 

Likes Mr. Mullen, works in Cooper's, never talks. 



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DEXTER'S SHOE STORE, shoes for the family, Plymouth 



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OFFICERS, Left to Right: Liza Rossi, Secretary; 
William Nagle, Treasurer; Alan Brini, 
President; Robert Duby, Vice-President; 
Miss Ellen Downey, Junior Class Advisor. 





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IMPRESSIONS 



A LITTLE WHILE 

Incomprehensibly won'drous, 

Even seeing one cannot explain, — 

The beauty of mist o'er the ocean, 

The lashing whips of rain. 

The wintry wind o'er the dry grass, 

The lonely call of the gull, 

All illustrate the work of God 

Observed in a busy day's lull. 

If we take the time from our duties 

Into the eyes of nature to peer 

From a high cliff 'bove the ocean 

To understand all that is sheer 

Beauty and love and religion, 

Is it not worth your while 

To linger — just for a moment 

And seem to see God smile 

On the toil and tribulation 

Of this earth that is ours for awhile? 

BETTIE CROWELL 
Class '57 



THE STORM 

The air is filled with sadness; 
The sky of blue turns gray; 
A heavy mist forms o'er the earth; 
A storm has come to end the day. 

The raindrops lightly fall at first 
And gently kiss the ground; 
A lightning bolt glares in the sky 
And rain falls all around. 

This is a storm to end all storms, — 
A thing of beauty and array, 
A thing created just by God. 
To wash earth's sins away. 

PATRICIA FECI 
Class '58 




FORESHADOWING 

Silently aloft — 

With wings spread wide 

The gulls ride the turbulent air, 

Rising from the buffeted bluffs. 

Screeching with disdain 
They fall inland, to safety 
From the ocean's mighty blast 
Fast rising with a storm. 

Circling inland over ponds, 
Quiet, calm, a protected refuge, 
They survey the still waters 
And settle till the storm subsides. 

HANS SLADE 
Class '57 




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SOPHOMORE 
CLASS 



OFFICERS: Virginia Emond. Secretary; Frank 
Anderson, Vice-President; Joseph Diachun, 
President; Karl Lekberg, Treasurer; Mr. 
John Tavernclli, Sophomore Class Advisor. 





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SERMON BY A CYNIC 

Here is a man who revolves 
only within himself. 

A man who reasons not the 

whys and wherefors of life 

but only reasons why he reasons. 

So imprisoned within himself 
that his outlook becomes dis- 
torted and cynical. 

A glance at the sky for him 
is nothing more than a spec- 
ulation on the weather. 

So involved is he in the test 
tubes and theories of his com- 
plex existence that he rarely 
becomes self aware. 

This is a modern man. 

GEORGE SAMPSON 
Class '57 





THE ART OF APPLE POLISHING 

Man has ever had a soft spot for the apple. Consider 
Adam; he had Eve and the Garden of Paradise, yet he 
gave it all up for one bite of that succulent fruit. Think 
about Hercules who held the world on his broad 
shoulders while Atlas went to gather him some apples. 
Look long at a still life painting of a square apple on 
a round table if you are modern art happy, and you 
will find it "divine" — if you find it at all! 

Browse along the market district of any city, and 
it will be the apple carts and stall that beckon and entice 
you to linger. 

The apple is beautiful, and it is also irresistible. 
Many people, in the course of time, have discovered 
this fundamental truth, and have exploited it with 
ulterior motives in view. They have polished it literally 
and figuratively. Sometimes their profferred apple has 
such a sheen that it blinds the person to whom it is 
offered. Sometimes it brings undeserved rewards, but 
sometimes, too, the recipient knows that it is "a good 
apple, but rotten at the core". 

However you look at it, the apple has been debased 
with all of this figurative polishing, and it should be 
restored to its rightful place as the prince of fruits. 
This can be done someday soon, I hope, when a small 
boy with rosy cheeks offers his apple to someone he 
esteems, as a simple gesture of admiration and good faith. 
CYNTHIA FOLEY, Class '59 



THE RIDE 

Hooves trample dank earth. 

The fog carries 

The sound and brings it nearer 

My fearful drums. 

The sound is ominous. 

The smashing hooves are closer 

still, 
The ground bursts forth in flame, 
Fog and fire display 
A sinewed horse, 
Muscle and sweat mirroring 

flames^— 
My transport to Hell. 

GEORGE SAMPSON 
Class '57 

SPIDERS MASTERPIECE 

Oh, thing of fragile beauty, 
Why are you hanging there 
As if some immortal painted you 
With dew, right on the air? 



BETTIE CROWELL 
Class '57 




A FIELD OF CORN 

The sun rose and shone 
Upon a field, 
An abundant field, 
A glorious field of corn. 
The sun rose and shone 
Upon men, 
Men en masse, 
Men with sinew 
And enemies. 
Men at war 
Trod fields of corn 
To fields of battle 
To fields of death. 
The men of war. 
The fields of death, 
Are not long for memory; 
And man still marvels at 
a field of corn. 
GEORGE SAMPSON 
Class '57 




HINT OF THE HURRICANE 

Just the skirts of the hurricane passing 

through the thick black blanket of night, 
Just the remnants which show nothing at all 

of her original merciless might; 
Like a soft touch of taffeta they ripple 

the waves and leave the flutter of leaves 

in her wake. 
Oh! If only that lady of breezes would stop, 

think of the conversation she'd make! 
She could tell you of all of the ruthless 

deeds she'd performed in far off lands — 
Of all the unwanted tasks she'd made for 

unwilling co-operative hands; 
Of the havoc she'd caused, of the damage 

she'd done, 
Of the battles she'd had with the structures 

of man — and Victories so ruthlessly won. 
Yes, she could spin a yarn a mile long, 

but she is just passing through, — 
Hardly has time to stir the sands of the beach 
So, silently, she saunters off into the blue. 
BETTIE CROWELL 
Class '57 



SWEETSER'S GENERAL STORE, Call Duxbury 15 



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WERE YOU THERE 



• • • 




September 10th: 

when Mr. Tehyi Hsieh from China spoke to us about his 
native land? At the end of the assembly, chopsticks and auto- 
graphed books were given to those students correctly answering 
questions. 



October 5th: 

on the evening that the cheerleaders and football 
team led the student-body in a parade through town, to 
Memorial Hall? The students gave the team numerous 
cheers and the highlight of the rally was a stuffed dum- 
my of a Middleboro player carried on a stretcher by the 
PHS football team. At the end of the parade the crowd 
dispersed along with the parts of the dummy. 





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October 6th: 

on the way to the Middleboro game when the 
Amphibian, carrying a crowd of football fans, had a 
blow-out? The day was saved, however, when Mr. 
Walter Haskell came along and gave the down- 
hearted group a ride. A car was quite a change 
from the amphibious "monster"! 



November 16th: 

when Dr. Gilbert C. Garland, a former English teacher at 
Plymouth High spoke to us? He is now the director of admis- 
sions at Northeastern and he gave us information concerning 
the general admission problems in colleges, scholarship help and 
the cooperative exchange program at Northeastern. 




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WERE YOU THERE. 



• • 



November 17: 

dancing to celebrate our VICTORY over Silver Lake? The 
gym was appropriately decorated and there was a large turnout 
to congratulate the boys. Mr. Mullen and Mr. Longhi enjoyed 
themselves, did you? 





December 11th: 

when Mr. Russell Curry gave us a wonderfully amusing 
talk on dates and manners? Mr. Curry has an amazing way of 
making everything he says humorous. He is very well liked by 
the students of Plymouth High. 



January 31st: 

to see the new members of the National Honor 
Society installed? The present members gave us 
the history of the Honor Society, followed by the 
presentation of the newly elected members. This 
was the most impressive assembly of the year. 





February 26th: 

to hear Dr. Karlis Leyasmeyer speak on the menace of Com- 
munism? Dr. Leyasmeyer is well qualified to talk on such a 
subject as he was arrested by the Reds, tortured, sentenced to 
death, and forced to face the firing squad. He miraculously 
escaped death, however, and lived to be an eminent lecturer. 



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STUDENT ACTIVITIES SOCIETY 




OFFICERS 

Left to Right: Robert Duby, Treasurer; Ronald 
Soares, President; Anne Cecco, Secretary; 
Alan Brini, Vice President. 




ADVISORS 

Left to Right: Mr. Carlo Guidoboni, Miss 
Jeanette Jacques, Mrs. Margaret Healy, 
Mr. Roland Holmes. 




First Row: Jean Hanson, Tara Sturgis, Marietta Nelson, Hans Slade, Anne Cecco, Alan 

Brini, Ronald Soares, Robert Duby, Janet Lamborghini, Vivian Douylliez, Diane 

Pizzotti, Paula Segal. 
Second Row: Virginia Scagliarini, Carla Enos, Clare Banzi, Ann Vandini, Linda Mattioli, 

Janet Balboni, Mr. Carlo Guidoboni, Suzanne Lekberg, Mary Monti, Priscilla 

Morse, Ann White, Virginia Emond. 
Third Row: Dennis Ragazzini, Frank Anderson, Joseph Diachun, Clyde Brini, Gerald 

Montanari, Dennis Pinto, Howard Borsari, Paul Vecchi, Andrew Balboni, John 

Pimental. 



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FUND COLLECTORS 




First Row: Linda Mattioli, Tara Sturgis, Carla Enos, Janet Lamborghini, Vivian 

Douylliez, Diane Pizzotti, Paula Segal. 
Second Row: Frank Anderson, Dennis Pinto, Ann White, Priscilla Morse, Virginia 

Emond, Howard Borsari, Alan Brini. 
Third Row: John Pimental, Paul Vecchi, Andrew Balboni, Joseph Diachun, Dennis 

Ragazzini. 

TEN-CENT-A-WEEK COLLECTORS 




First Row: Diane Guaraldi, Jane Pimental, Patricia Zion, Judith Shaw, Margaret DeLisle, 
Clare Banzi, Jane Goodwin, Phyllis Coffman, Patricia Veiga, Reeta Romano, Carol 
Cavacco. 

Second Row: Mr. Mario Romano, Carole Greaves, Nancy MacDuffee, Robert Alberici, 
Judith Brenner, Barbara Cremonini, Diane Pizzotti, Janice Morgardo, Barbara Belsito, 
Barbara Locatelli, June MidkifF, Mary Monti, George Aldrovandi. 

Third Row: Andrew Balboni, Eugene Oldham, Robert Souza, John Pimental, William 
Clark, Richard Estes, Leonard Venturi, Thomas Ruffini, John Rossetti, Thomas 
Groetzinger, Lawrence Winokur, Karl Lekberg. 

THE MEMORIAL PRESS, Middle Street, Plymouth 



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HONOR GROUPS AT 
PLYMOUTH HIGH SCHOOL 



Election into the Massasoit Chapter of the National Honor Society is 
one of the highest honors conferred by Plymouth High School. The elec- 
tions are held twice a year, and students are elected by their fellow- 
students and the faculty. To qualify as a candidate one must distinguish 
himself in Scholarship, Character, Leadership and Service. Both juniors 
and seniors are eligible for election, but juniors must be re-elected in their 
senior year in order to remain in this society. The new members are initi- 
ated into the chapter at a candle light service held in January. 

The Honor Society heads the school Press Club, is in charge of the 
main bulletin board, and is always busy with various activities throughout 
the school. Always striving to improve school activities and conditions, 
the organization is known for its constant service to the school. 

Any student having obtained an average of 85 or better in January 
of his senior year is automatically a member of the Senior Honor Group. 
Mrs. Miriam Raymond, advisor, and the group meet every Monday night 
from January to June to plan graduation. It is this organization which 
takes care of all the minor and major details of the commencement exer- 
cises. This year's group is comparatively small, but all the members are 
reliable and responsible workers who will help to make the school and 
town proud of the graduation exercises. 



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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 




First Row: Mr. Donald Wilson, Jean Perdigao, Janet Balboni, Vivian Douylliez, Janet 
Lamborghini, Suzanne Lekberg, Andrew Balboni, Carole Greaves. 

Second Row: Carla Enos, Ethel Bussolari, Clare Banzi. 

Third Row: Russell Canevazzi, Paul Vecchi, Robert Duby, Gerald Montanari, Alan Brini, 
Vincent Salvi. 



HONOR GROUP 




First Row: Suzanne Lekberg, Patricia Lemieux, Carole Greaves, Ethel Bussolari, Janet 

Lamborghini, Gail Sears. 
Second Row: Daniel Drew, Margot Ruffini, Mary Ruprecht, Mrs. Miriam Raymond, Ann 

Savery, Jean Perdigao. 
Third Row: Virginia Roderick, Vincent Salvi, Janet Balboni, Donald Newey. 

Compliments of John T. Burns, Insurance 



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BANK TELLERS 




First Row: Diane Pizzotti, Carol Morin, Judy Parker, Liza Rossi, Miss Helen Johnson, 

Doris Dunlap, Lois Stefani, Nancy Fortini, Rollene Darsch, Barbara Hamblin, 

Jeraldine Keough. 
Second Row: Phyllis Coffman, Brenda Petocchi, Vivian Douylliez, Virginia Scagliarini, 

Judith Gilbert, Nancy Chase, Patricia Tolonen, Brenda Wilder, Patricia Lemieux, 

Joan Thissell, Janice Morgardo. 
Third Row: Marion Benassi, Ann Vandini, Karl Lekberg, Richard Brown, Thomas 

Brown, Frank Brenner, Thomas Vierra, Jacqueline Lewis, Dianne Carr. 



LIBRARY STAFF 




Front Row: Linda Boutin, Edith Giar, Ann Oldham, Sharon DeLancey, Nan Richardson, 
Mary Ruprecht, Janet Lamborghini, Kay LaRocque, Ariel Anderson. 

Back Row: Marcia Sturtevant, Patricia Voght, Loretta Gallucci, Phyllis Herries, Liza 
Rossi, Wendy Beauregard, Shirley Moore, Mr. Arthur Pyle, Louis Ottino, Elizabeth 
Seifert, Gay Hart, Judith Shaw, Jean Hanson, Dana Bumpus. 

PLYMOUTH MEN'S SHOP, 18 Main Street, Plymouth 



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OFFICE ASSISTANTS 






Seated: Patricia Lemieux, Marion Benassi, Rollene Darsch, Mrs. Marion Whiting, Diane 

Pizzotti, Barbara Cremonini, Judith Wood. 
Standing: Gail Sears, Brenda Petocchi, Vivian Douylliez, Suzanne Lekberg, Tara Sturgis, 

Peter DeBrusk, Carla Enos. 





Congratulations to the Class of 1957, LELAND'S 



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PRESS CLUB 




First Row: Barbara Marinos, Linda Mattioli, Anne Cecco, Ida Mae Gore, Suzanne 

Lekberg, Clare Banzi, Barbara Belsito, Cynthia Foley, Ruth Goodwin, Judy Harper, 

Marion Benassi, Linda Harris. 
Second Row: Mr. John Tavernelli, Jean Perdigao, Carole Greaves, Janet Balboni, Mary 

Guidoboni, Diane Guaraldi, Stephanie Gray, Vivian Douylliez, Janet Lamborghini, 

Susan Clark, Margot Hunson, Reeta Romano, Judith Benassi, Loretta Gallucci, Jean 

Serra, Mr. Donald Wilson. 
Third Row: Mary Monti, Jane Goodwin, Robert ShifT, Wayne Pimental, Peter Clark, 

Gregory Baler, Alan Brini, Robert Duby, Lawrence Winokur, Judith Kegler, Patricia 

Veiga. 

BIOLOGY CLUB 




First Row: Joseph Diachun, Priscilla Morse, Walter Burke, Mary Guidoboni, Robert 

Zaniboni, Cynthia Foley, Lawrence Winokur. 
Second Row: Virginia Emond, Mr. Claiborne Young, Jacqueline Smith, Stephen Billey, 

Nancy MacDuffee, William Eaton. 
Third Row: Stephanie Gray, Ruth Goodwin, Jean MacPhee, Nancy Verre, Ann White. 

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SUNSETTERS 





^Allamande left, and the girls star — 
Boys you promenade. 
Allamande left, and the boys star — 
Now, girls you promenade. 
Allamande left with your left hand 
Right to your partner. 
Right and left grand 

Hand over hand around you go 

Now meet your gal with dos-a-dos. 
Then promenade right home. 




First Row: Robert Shiff, Ida Mae Gore, Wendy Beauregard, Ann White, Bruce Emond, 

Margot Hunson, Mr. Claiborne Young, Reeta Romano, Diane Guaraldi, Judy Jones, 

Robert Beal, Anne Zoccolante, Robert Davis. 
Second Row: Jacqueline Smith, Nancy Verre, Sharon Cadman, Linda Boutin, William 

Clark, Patricia Black, Beverly Skulsky, Sue Prindle, Priscilla Morse, Mary Guid- 

oboni, Edward Clough, Richard Eaton. 
Third Row: William Nagle, John Halunen, Susan Clark, Peter Clark, Frank Anderson, 

David Houde, Carolyn Schiano, Joseph Diachun. 

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SCIENCE FAIR WINNERS 




First Prize, Biology 

Janet Lamborghini 




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Second Prize, Biology 

Cynthia Foley 




Third Prize, Biology 

Clare Banzi 




HONORABLE MENTION 

Standing: Bruce Emond, Frank Martin, Mary Guidoboni, Virginia Emond, 

Stephanie Gray, Ruth Goodwin, Patricia Zion, Donald Newey. 

Kneeling: Ronald Brewer, Stephen Billey, Duncan Weaver, Russell Canevazzi, 
Timothy Brady. 




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First Prize, Physical Sciences 

Robert Lillich 



Second Prize, Physical Sciences 

Christopher Pyle 




Third Prize, Physical Sciences 

Alan Brini 



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RADIO CLUB 




Seated: Wayne Pimjsntal, Lawrence Corsini, Gerald Montanari, Austin Harding, Mary 

Silva, Elizabeth Seifert, Edward Cadorette. 
Standing: Dennis Pinto, Alan Brini, Robert Alberici, Richard Tache, Richard Dunham, 

Richard Osborne, Mr. John Packard, Roger Roessel, David Melevsky, Robert Croci- 

ati, William Eaton, Peter DeBrusk. 



ENGINEERS' COUNCIL 




Donald Newey, Andrew Balboni, Robert Lillich, Mr. John Packard, Janet Lamborghini, 
Ann Savery, George Sampson, Christopher Pyle. 

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BIOLOGY SCIENCE SEMINAR 




Seated: Carole Greaves, Clare Banzi, Margot Ruffini, Janet Lamborghini, Ida Mae Gore, 

Janet Balboni, Ethel Bussolari. 
Standing: Richard Beane, William Eaton, Mr. Claiborne Young, John Halunen, Timothy 
Brady. 



LAB STAFF 




Left to Right: Ann White, Virginia Emond, Ann Zoccolante, Jaqueline Smith, Mary 
Guidoboni, Mary Monti. 

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SOPHOMORE CHOIR 




First Row: Jane Goodwin, Patricia Black, Janet Sullivan, Mary Silva, Faye Zoccolante, 
Judith Kegler, Janice Wood, Paula Segal, Judith Motta, Jean Serra, Lorna McLean, 
Judy Parker, Cynthia Foley. 

Second Row: Mary Monti, Margot Hunson, Reeta Romano, Elizabeth Searles, Susan 
Clark, Carolyn Schiano, Marjnrie Wood, Patricia Veiga, Linda Boutin, Carol Ron- 
carati, Barbara Ruffini, Judith Gilbert, Beverly Skulsky, Nancy Chase, Patricia 
Tolonen, Stephanie Gray, Mr. Armen Milton, Marissa Carpeggiani. 

Third Row: Judy Jones, Mary Guidoboni, Ann White, Ann Zoccolante, Wendy Beaure- 
gard, Robert Beal, Bruce Emond, Robert Shiff, Virginia Emond, Margaret Fahey, 
Alice Kendrick, Ann Ferazzi, William Morrill. 

Fourth Row: Betty Almeida, Stephen Billey, Duncan Weaver, Frank Anderson, Lawrence 
Winokur, Wayne Stefani, Walter Burke, William Clark, Joseph Diachun, Harold 
Barufaldi, Peter Clark, Clem Romano. 



MUSIC 




Front Row: Clyde Brini, Linda Mattioli, Diane Cadorette, Patricia Zion, Nancy Chase, 
Marion Holmes, Clotilde Corvelo, Linda Gallerani, Patricia Veiga, Joan Alves, 
Theresa Fillippini, Jane Goodwin. 

Back Row: Mary Monti, Richard Tache, Ronald Zion, Mr. Armen Milton, Ann Cecco, 
William Pioppi, Victor Morini. 

HOLMES GROCERY, 87 Sandwich Street, Plymouth 



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BAND 




First Row: Dennis Motta, Russell Canevazzi, Ronald Soares, John Pimental, Richard 

Tache, Robert Souza, Victor Morini, Richard West. 
Second Row: Mr. John Pacheco, Roy Kuhn, Ronald Quintal, Ronald Santos, Thomas 

Vierra, Richard Manfredi, Priscilla Morse, Susan Prindle, Jacqueline Smith. 
Third Row: Charles Jesse, Wayne Stefani, Walter Burke, Leonard Venturi, Harold 

Barufaldi, Melvin Bates, Clem Romano, Peter DeBrusk, David Neri. 



ORCHESTRA 



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Seated: John Pimental, Roy Kuhn, Harold Barufaldi, Wayne Stefani, Susan Prindle, 
Priscilla Morse, Jacqueline Smith, Russell Canevazzi, Clem Romano, David Neri. 

Standing: Mr. John Pacheco, Ronald Quintal, Robert Souza, Victor Morini, Ronald 
Soares, Richard Tache, Leonard Venturi, Charles Jesse, Melvin Bates, Dennis Motta. 

Compliments of SAMOSET PRESS 



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MARCHING GIRLS 





Elizabeth Searles 



Virginia Emond 




First Row: Ethel Bussolari, Janet Balboni, Marietta Nelson, Gail Sears, Mary Savi, 

Barbara Marinos, Judith Dunham. 
Second Row: Ann Savery, Jean Perdigao, Ann Zoccolante, Patricia Voght, Mary Silva, 

Faye Zoccolante, Edna Bradley, Dana Bumpus, Margot Ruffini. 
Third Row: Carla Enos, Lorraine Surrey, Linda Harris, June Midkiff, Virginia Scagli- 

arini, Judith Shaw, Janice Morgardo. 
Absentees: Mary Monti, Suzanne Lekberg. 





Ruth Goodwin 
C. P. WASHBURN GRAIN COMPANY, Water Street 



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LATIN CLUB 




First Row: Margaret DeLisle, Anne Cecco, Linda Mattioli, Clare Banzi, Ida Mae Gore, 
Robert Duby, Virginia Emond, Barbara Belsito, Cynthia Foley, Ruth Goodwin, 
Patricia Zion, Judy Harper, Judy Jones. 

Second Row: Jane Goodwin, Mary Monti, Janice Wood, Susan Prindle, Barbara Marinos, 
Mary Guidoboni, Stephanie Gray, Nancy MacDuffee, Judith Benassi, Faye Zocco- 
lante, Judith Wirzburger, Mary Silva, Margot Hunson, Susan Clark, Elizabeth Searles, 
Mr. John Tavernelli. 

Third Row: Gregory Baler, William Nagle, Lawrence Winokur, Jacqueline Smith, Nancy 
Verre, Ann White, Priscilla Morse, Diane Guaraldi, Edward Clough, Robert Shifr, 
Bruce Emond. 

Fourth Row: John Quinn, Russell Canevazzi, Stephen Billey, Peter Clark, Frank Ander- 
son, Thomas Ruffini. 



ART STAFF 




Seated: Clare Banzi, Anita Robbins, Mary Sears, Patricia Veiga, Ariel Anderson. 
Standing:: Christopher Pyle, Rollene Darsch, Elizabeth Crowell, John Osborne, Richard 
Osborne, Louis Ottino, Frank Cavacco, Mrs. Margaret Brown. 

Best wishes for a bright future, LELAND'S 



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First Row: Jacqueline Smith, Virginia Emond, Mary Guidoboni, Stephanie Gray, 
Ann White, Dana Bumpus, Mary Monti, Jane Goodwin, Wendy Beauregard, Margot 
Hunson, Clare Banzi, Judy Harper, Judy Kegler, Reeta Romano, Faye Zoccolante, 
Brenda Canal, Judith Benassi, Susan Clark. 

Back Row: Carol Lacey, Ann Zoccolante, Susan Prindle, Jane Murphy, Marietta Nelson, 
Ariel Anderson, Vivian Douylliez, Miss Barbara Foster, Tara Sturgis, Nancy Mac- 
Duffee, Janet Balboni, Miss Marjorie Knight, Janet Lamborghini, Lorraine Surrey, 
Jeanette Basler, Carole Greaves, Margaret DeLisle, Priscilla Morse, Sharon Cadman. 



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Abington 





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Bridgewater 


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Hingham 


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CO-CAPTAINS: Ariel Anderson, Vivian Douylliez. 




Kneeling: Susan Prindle, Marietta Nelson, Janet Balboni, Carole Greaves, Jane Murphy. 
Standing: Miss Marjorie Knight, Susan Clark, Tara Sturgis, Vivian Douylliez, Ariel 

Anderson, Jeanette Basler, Lorraine Surrey, Jean MacPhee. 
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SILVER LAKE 20 
HINGHAM 69 

MIDDLEBORO 26 
BRIDGEWATER 39 
ROCKLAND 26 



PLYMOUTH 59 

PLYMOUTH 45 

PLYMOUTH 48 

PLYMOUTH 36 

PLYMOUTH 41 

PLYMOUTH 32 



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ROCKLAND 27 

BRIDGEWATER 38 
ABINGTON 38 

SILVER LAKE 26 
HINGHAM 42 

MIDDLEBORO 52 



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CO-CAPTAINS: Brenda Canal, Mary Monti. 



Kneeling: Jane Goodwin, Wendy Beauregard, Faye Zoccolante, Judy Harper, Sharon 

Cadman, Priscilla Morse, Diane Guaraldi. 
Standing: Linda Mattioli, Nancy MacDuffee, Carolyn Schiano, Brenda Canal, Miss 

Marjorie Knight, Mary Monti, Elizabeth Searles, Ruth Goodwin, Margot Hunson. 



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PLYMOUTH 33 
PLYMOUTH 18 
PLYMOUTH 22 
PLYMOUTH 25 
PLYMOUTH 21 
PLYMOUTH 17 



JUNIOR VARSITY 

ABINGTON 32 PLYMOUTH 16 



SILVER LAKE 20 
MIDDLEBORO 25 
BRIDGEWATER 28 
ROCKLAND 16 

ROCKLAND 14 

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PLYMOUTH 30 

PLYMOUTH 20 

PLYMOUTH 23 

PLYMOUTH 31 



BRIDGEWATER 21 
ABINGTON 25 

SILVER LAKE 23 
HINGHAM 20 

MIDDLEBORO 21 



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Left to Right: Barbara Locatelli, Diane Guaraldi, Rollene Darsch, Lorraine Surrey, 
Judy Jones, Jane Murphy, Tara Sturgis, Jane Goodwin, Carolyn Pimental, Carla 
Enos, Linda Pearson, Judy Dunham, Judy Benassi, Barbara Costa, Judy Harper, 
Veronica Pacheco, Patricia Kaiser. 



BADMINTON 




Kneeling: Mary Silva, Faye Zoccolante, Margot Hunson, Priscilla Morse. 

Standing: Jane Goodwin, Carole Greaves, Jeanette Basler, Susan Prindle, Janet Balboni 

Diane Guaraldi, Miss Marjorie Knight. 
Absentees: Tara Sturgis, Dana Bumpus, Lorraine Surrey, Nancy MacDuffee. 

PILGRIM DRUG COMPANY, Call Plymouth 2055 



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PLYMOUTH 14 
PLYMOUTH 6 
PLYMOUTH 9 



First Row: Jane Murphy, Tara Sturgis, Janet Balboni, Beverly Diaz, Vivian 

Douylliez. 
Second Row: Miss Marjorie Knight, Jeanette Basler, Lorraine Surrey, Carole 

Greaves. 
Absentees: Jean Freyermuth, Paula Coombs. 



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ABINGTON 17 
ROCKLAND 16 
MIDDLEBORO 8 



PLYMOUTH 2 
PLYMOUTH 3 
PLYMOUTH 4 
PLYMOUTH 4 
PLYMOUTH 2 
PLYMOUTH 3 
PLYMOUTH 3 
PLYMOUTH 5 
PLYMOUTH 4 



HINGHAM 3 
WHITMAN 2 
DUXBURY 1 
SILVER LAKE 1 
SCITUATE 3 
HINGHAM 2 
WHITMAN 2 
DUXBURY 
SILVER LAKE 1 




Marietta Nelson, Ethel Bussolari, Tara Sturgis, Miss Marjorie Knight, Jeanette 
Basler, Janet Balboni, Nan Richardson. 
Absentees: Claire Vancini, Jean Freyermuth. 



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CHEERLEADERS 




BOUNCE IT 

Bounce it, 

Pass it, 

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First Row: John Pimental, Alan Brini, George Govoni, Timothy Brady, Clyde Brini, 
Stanley Ferreira, Victor Morini, Alan Malaguti, Wayne Travassos, Dennis Vecchi, 
Elliot Fillippini. 

Second Row: Mr. Donald Mullen, Frank Anderson, Thomas Brewster, Clem Romano, 
Edward Clough, Hans Slade, Wayne Stefani, Rodney Pimental, Thomas Vierra, 
Malcolm Robischeau, Dennis Ragazzini, Peter Clark, Mr. Miles Kiberd. 

Third Row: Robert Newey, William Nagle, Harold Barufaldi, Karl Lekberg, Lawrence 
Corsini, Paul Vecchi, Jed Walton, Robert Zaniboni, Donald Newey, Gerald Gordon. 



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SCORES 



PLYMOUTH 


7 


BRIDGEWATER 


7 


PLYMOUTH 





ROCKLAND 


12 


PLYMOUTH 





MIDDLEBORO 


20 


PLYMOUTH 


6 


WHITMAN 


47 


PLYMOUTH 


6 


ABINGTON 


33 


PLYMOUTH 


7 


BOURNE 


13 


PLYMOUTH 





RANDOLPH 


12 


PLYMOUTH 


14 


BARNSTABLE 


19 


PLYMOUTH 


9 


SILVER LAKE 


7 



George Govoni, Co-captain, 1957; Timothy Brady, 
Co-captain, 1956; Coach Donald Mullen, Clyde Brini, 
Co-captain, 1956; Alan Brini, Co-captain, 1957. 



An Inspiring Start 

Plymouth High opened its 1956 football season as guests of the Gold 
and Scarlet of Bridgewater on September 22. Bridgewater dominated the 
offensive play until Romano pitched to Brady, who raced wide to his 
right, stopped short, and whipped a pass to Stan Ferreira, who had come 
from his right end position to the left sideline. Ferreira, all alone, took 
the pass in stride and raced for the touchdown. Brady tossed a short pass 
to Frank Anderson, a promising sophomore, for the extra point. The half 
ended with Plymouth leading 7 — 0. 

Bridgewater came to life in the third quarter, after a long march down 
field and came through with the touchdown plus the extra point. Coach 
Mullen tried a quick aerial attack, led by Brini, which ended on the 
Bridgewater 20 yard line as the final whistle blew. The 7 — 7 tie was the 
best opening game Plymouth has had in many years thanks to the good 
coaching in blocking and tackling of Coach Mullen and Coach Kiberd. 

A Strong Defensive Battle 

On the following Saturday, September 29th, Plymouth played host to 
Rockland. Despite the fact that the locals were defeated, 12 — 0, they played 
a superb defensive game, considering Rockland was known to be an of- 
fensive powerhouse in the Old Colony League. Rockland scored in the 
second and third periods, while Plymouth had trouble getting their of- 
fensive attack moving. 

John Pimental, Tim Brady, Wayne Travassos, and Stan Ferreira were 
Plymouth's standouts on defense. 

Our First Signs of a United Offense 

Plymouth entertained Abington on October 20th. As had been pre- 
dicted, the Big Green proved too tough, scoring three touchdowns in the 
second half. Dick Tache received a kickoff during the third period and ran 
it back to the Abington 40 yard line. Clyde Brini rolled out around his 
left end and ran forty more yards for the touchdown, which made Plym- 
outh the first team in the Old Colony League to score against Abington. 
The final score read Abington 33, Plymouth 6. 

John Pimental played his usual outstanding game on defense for 
Plymouth, and Rodney Pimental also did a fine job running, together with 
Dick Tache on offense. 

A Moral Victory 

On November 10th, Joe Alves, a fighting quarterback, sparked the 
Blue and White against the powerful Barnstable team. Plymouth scored in 
the first quarter with a quick 36 yard dive tackle smash by Vic Morini. 
Alves scored the extra point on a keeper. Barnstable, after a long battle 
up field, scored from the one foot line. 

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Plymouth took over immediately, Malaguti carrying to the 30. Ferreira 
took a pass to the 39 and backed Brady to the 48. Alves skirted his left 
end, broke into the clear, and scampered 52 yards for the touchdown, 
Brady picking up to the extra point. 

In the second half Barnstable came to life, making a quick touchdown 
and kicking the extra point, bringing the score to Plymouth 14, Barnstable 
13. Barnstable halted Plymouth on their own 39 and fought down to 
Plymouth's 27. Hopkins scored on the next play. Plymouth fumbled on 
the third play after the kick-off and Barnstable had no trouble eating up 
the remaining minutes of the game. Barnstable won 19 to 14. 



Victory for the Deserving 

On November 17, Silver Lake with a good record of two wins and two 
losses, came to John Seiver Field to try to defeat the win-less Blue and 
White. The kickoff was short, going to George Govoni, who downed it on 
Plymouth's 46 yard line. Plymouth penetrated down field rapidly with 
two complete passes and four offside penalties against a nervous Silver 
Lake line. The ball was on the Laker's one yard line but Plymouth's line 
wasn't united enough to have one of the backs take it over for the T.D. 
The Gray and Red kicked to their own 45, but Jenny intercepted a Plym- 
outh pass and started the Lakers rolling. On the next play, Stan Ferreira 
intercepted a Laker's pass and ran 48 yards for the touchdown, with the 
help of a Brady block. Joe Alves sneaked through the extra point, and 
Plymouth had a 7 to lead at the end of the first quarter. Andrews re- 
covered a Plymouth fumble but the stubborn Plymouth line wouldn't 
give up much ground and took the ball over. Tim Brady broke away into 
the clear on a centerbuck, up the middle 50 yards to the Lakers 10 yard 
line. The tide turned, and it was the Gray and Red that wouldn't give up 
much ground and took over on their own 5 yard line. Mike Andrews 
started a roll around left end in his own end zone but Den Vecchi smashed 
across the Laker's line stopping Andrews, immediately after John Pimental 
and George Govoni completed the tackle that gave Plymouth a 9 to score 
at the half. 

In the second half, Andrews, discovering he could not make any ground 
sweeping the ends, hit the tackle holes constantly until he kept it on a 
"keeper" and went over for the touchdown. Stanghellini bucked for the 
extra point and it was Plymouth 9, Silver Lake 7. The Lakers kicked off, 
and Alves carried to the 20 yard line, but after three downs Plymouth was 
forced to kick. The Brady punt was short, going to the Plymouth 40. Den 
Vecchi again made a great save when he jumped on a Silver Lake fumble. 
Thus killing any chance of Sliver Lake scoring again, although Plymouth 
lost the ball on downs with. 29 seconds remaining to be played. The des- 
perate Lakers fired many passes and moved up field to their own 42 yard 
line, but the whistle blew and the Plymouth fans went wild. The score: 
Plymouth 9, Silver Lake 7. 



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Malaguti, Rodney Pimental, John Pimental, Donald Newey. 

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Kneeling;: Dennis Pinto, John Pimental, Frank Anderson, Gerald Montanari, Thomas 

Brewster, George Govoni, Robert Souza. 
Standing: Clem Romano, Ronald Soares, Mr. Harold Rogers, Hans Slade, Clyde Brini. 

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VARSITY 








PLYMOUTH 


51 


ALUMNI 


38 


PLYMOUTH 


73 


ROCKLAND 


63 


PLYMOUTH 


79 


RANDOLPH 


46 


PLYMOUTH 


58 


ABINGTON 


48 


PLYMOUTH 


56 


WAREHAM 


67 


PLYMOUTH 


73 


MIDDLEBORO 


58 


PLYMOUTH 


67 


ABINGTON 


58 


PLYMOUTH 


51 


WAREHAM 


54 


PLYMOUTH 


80 


MIDDLEBORO 


51 


PLYMOUTH 


68 


HINGHAM 


50 


PLYMOUTH 


68 


HINGHAM 


47 


PLYMOUTH 


55 


SILVER LAKE 


69 


PLYMOUTH 


88 


SILVER LAKE 


61 


PLYMOUTH 


76 


WHITMAN 


58 


PLYMOUTH 


33 


WHITMAN 


34 


PLYMOUTH 


70 


ROCKLAND 


61 



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CO-CAPTAINS: Stephen Billey, Roy Kuhn. 




Kneeling: Joseph Cotti, Robert Martin, William Nagle, Joseph Diachun, Harold Barufaldi, 

Roy Kuhn. 
Standing: Richard Estes, Russell Canevazzi, Gregory Dennehy, Stephen Billey, David 
Melevsky, Lawrence Winokur, Mr. Donald Mullen. 

JUNIOR VARSITY 



PLYMOUTH 


39 


RANDOLPH 


38 


PLYMOUTH 


46 


ABINGTON 


31 


PLYMOUTH 


32 


WAREHAM 


63 


PLYMOUTH 


43 


MIDDLEBORO 


15 


PLYMOUTH 


37 


ABINGTON 


44 


PLYMOUTH 


31 


WAREHAM 


43 


PLYMOUTH 


31 


MIDDLEBORO 


21 


PLYMOUTH 


43 


HINGHAM 


28 


PLYMOUTH 


40 


HINGHAM 


45 


PLYMOUTH 


43 


SILVER LAKE 


56 


PLYMOUTH 


43 


SILVER LAKE 


27 


PLYMOUTH 


46 


WHITMAN 


28 


PLYMOUTH 


26 


WHITMAN 


56 


PLYMOUTH 


32 


ROCKLAND 


30 


PLYMOUTH 


39 


ROCKLAND 


36 














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Alumni — The Blue and White of 
Plymouth played its first basketball 
game at Memorial Hall on December 
21, against the Alumni. The twelve- 
man squad included co-captain Clyde 
Brini, co-captain Ronald Soares, Hans 
Slade, Paul Vecchi, Clem Romano, 
Bobby Souza, Tommy Brewster, John 
Pimental, Jerry Montanari, George 
Govoni, Dennis Pinto, and Frank 
Anderson. The first period found 
Plymouth leading 12 to 8, and at half- 
time they were winning 19 to 17. The 
Alumni, paced by Steve Winokur, 
took the lead in the third period, but 
found the going rough in the final stanza when our boys caught fire and 
outscored their opponents, 23 to 17. The final score showed Plymouth High 
the victors, 51 to 38. Hans Slade with 14 points was Plymouth's high scorer. 
Steve Winokur, also with 14 points, led the Alumni team. 

Randolph — In a non-league contest Plymouth played host to Randolph 
on Friday, December 28. Paced by Hans Slade, Plymouth was never in 
any trouble from the opening whistle to the final buzzer. At the end of 
the third period the Shiretowners enjoyed a comfortable 64 to 31 point 
lead. The final score read Plymouth 79, Randloph 46. Hans Slade, with 
28 points, was the game's high scorer. 

Wareham — On Wednesday, January 2, Plymouth opened its 1957 Old 
Colony League schedule against Wareham before a jam-packed Memorial 
Hall of more than 2200 fans. Wareham got off to a good start, leading 20 
to 9 at the end of the first quarter, and was still leading at the half by a 
34 to 17 point margin. In the second half Wareham outscored Plymouth 
by five points and won the game 67 to 56. The high scorer for Plymouth 
was Slade, hitting for 19 points. 

Abington — Plymouth played its first road game at Abington on January 
4, and although the Blue and White won the contest 67 to 58, it was close 
until the last four minutes. In the period there were four technical fouls 
called, three against Abington and one against Plymouth. Clyde Brini was 
high scorer with 22 points. 

Middleboro — On Tuesday, January 8, Plymouth entertained Middleboro. 
It was an easy victory for the Shiretowners, who won 80 to 51. The game's 
high scorer was Clyde Brini with 23 points. 

Hingham — On Friday, the Blue and White traveled to Hingham where 
once again they enjoyed an easy win. At no time in the game were they 
in trouble and at half-time they led 39 to 13. Coach Hank Rogers used his 
reserves for almost the entire second half. Clyde Brini was high scorer 
with 21 points, and Plymouth won 68 to 47. 

Silver Lake — On Tuesday, January 15, Coach Hank Rogers' charges 
played host to Silver Lake before a capacity crowd of 2200 at Memorial 
Hall. Plymouth, led by co-captain Brini and Hans Slade, enjoyed an 88 
to 61 victory over their Blue and Gray rivals. Clyde Brini with 31 points 
was the game's leading scorer. 

Whitman — Minus the efforts of 6'6" Hans Slade, Plymouth lost its second 
league game to Whitman on January 18. Employing a ball-possession type 
of play, Whitman was able to win the lowest scoring contest of the year, 
34 to 33. Ronnie Soares was Plymouth's high scorer with 15 points. 



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Rockland — Despite the fact that Plymouth played Rockland without 
three starting members, Hans Slade, Paul Vecchi, and Clyde Brini, they 
still went on to win the game, 73 to 63. Although he was very ill that 
night, co-captain Soares played a fine game both offensively and defensively. 
Clem Romano hit for 24 points, and Soares gave close support with 21. 

Abington — On Wednesday, January 30, Plymouth, once again at full 
strength, gained an easy victory over Abington, 58 — 48. Slade with 14 
points was the high scorer, and Paul Vecchi, who captured 18 rebounds, 
played one of his finest games. 

Middleboro — On February 1, the Shiretowners went to Middleboro where 
they gained their seventh Old Colony League victory by a score of 73 to 
58. Ronnie Soares with 15 points was the high scorer. 

Wareham — On the following evening, Plymouth journeyed to Wareham 
to play one of the most thrilling games of the season. At half-time the 
teams were tied 25 to 25, but the second half found Wareham, led by Clyde 
Monteiro, gaining their tenth successive win, 54 to 51. Hans Slade with 
24 points led the Plymouth scorers. 

Hingham — Plymouth played host to Hingham on February 5 where they 
experienced a 68 to 50 victory. Slade with 18 points was the game's lead- 
ing scorer. 

Silver Lake — The Blue and White met their schoolboy rivals at Silver 
Lake Regional High School on Friday, February 8, before a crowd of 1500 
fans. At the half Plymouth was trailing, 32 to 30, and in the remaining 
two periods Sliver Lake outscored the locals by 12 points to gain a 69 — 55 
victory. Slade was the high scorer with 25 points. 

Whitman — When Whitman came to Plymouth they found the Shire- 
towners a tough and capable opponent. Plymouth was really out to win 
this one, and although they found Whitman a stubborn opponent, in the 
last half they managed to win the game, 76 to 58. Romano led the game's 
scorers with 23 points. 

Rockland — On February 13, Plymouth went to Rockland for their final Old 
Colony League game, and although the Shiretowners won the game 70 to 
61, they did not look impressive in their victory. Rockland outscored them 
40 to 31 in the last half, and at one point were trailing by only two baskets. 
Slade with 24 points and Romano with 22 led the Plymouth scorers. 





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Front Row: Donald Miskelly, Bruce Emond, Robert Beal, William Morrill, William 

Clark. 
Back Row: Roland Bumpus, Harvey Walker, Russell Canevazzi, Mr. Harold Rogers, 

Eugene Hasbrouck, Richard Osborne. 



TRACK - 1956 




First Row: John Pimental, Alan Malaguti, Jerome Santos, Timothy Brady, Eugene 

Hasbrouck. 
Second Row: Mr. Harold Rogers, James Marsh, Russell Canevazzi,, Hans Slade, Richard 

Tache, Stanley Ferreira. 

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Seated: Ronald Soares, Clyde Brini, Gerald Pimental, Bernard Andrews, Jerome Santos, 
David Zito. 

Standing: William Nagle, George Govoni, Mr. Antone Spath, Robert Souza, James Ellis. 
Absentee: Peter Romano. 



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1956 

Plymouth 3 

Plymouth 5 

Plymouth 7 

Plymouth 2 

Plymouth 18 

Plymouth 

Plymouth 8 

Plymouth 4 

Plymouth 7 

Plymouth 3 

Plymouth 15 

Won 6 



SCHEDULE 

Whitman 5 

Abington 7 

Hingham 6 

Middleboro 

Rockland 2 

Wareham 1 

Silver Lake 7 

Braintree 8 

Middleboro 

Wareham 9 

Silver Lake 2 

Lost 5 



1957 SCHEDULE 


Plymouth 


Whitman 


Plymouth 


Rockland 


Plymouth 


Wareham 


Plymouth 


Abington 


Plymouth 


Middleboro 


Plymouth 


Hingham 


Plymouth 


Silver Lake 


Plymouth 


Braintree 


Plymouth 


Whitman 


Plymouth 


Rockland 


Plymouth 


Wareham 


Plymouth 


Abington 


Plymouth 


Middleboro 


Plymouth 


Hingham 


Plymouth 


Silver Lake 



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WALK-OVER SHOE STORE 



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THE GOLDEN UNICORN 



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Silversmith 



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GOGGIN & SON 



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PLYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS 

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 




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Compliments of ... . 



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CONTRACTORS 



Plymouth, Massachusetts 



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118 Sandwich Street 



Plymouth, Massachusetts 



Congratulations to the Class of 1957 



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12 Market Street 



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KINGSTON LUMBER COMPANY 




John E. Jordan Company 


14 Main Street, Kingston, Mass. 




Builder's Hardware 






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Housewares & Appliances 


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2 Court Street Plymouth 




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Alves Shoe Store 


Puritan Garage 




I. Benotti & Sons 


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Star Lunch 




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Stein Furniture Co. 




Con t elite's Shoe Store 


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Royal Palm Doughnut 


Shop 


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Fred Volta 




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George Mabbett § Sons Co. 

Fine Worsted Men* 's Wear Fabrics 

Located on historic 
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Plymouth, Massachusetts 



GOODING'S 

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BOOK, JOB and 

COMMERCIAL 
PRINTING 

20 Middle Street Plymouth, SMass., 
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PLYMOUTH BAKING CO., INC. 

BAKED GOODS 
MADE PURELY FOR YOU 



20 Market Street 



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Plymouth Federal 
Savings and Loan Association 

PLYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS 

Inc. 1882 Fed. 1937 



Chairman of the Board 
James R. Chandler 

Vice Chairman of the Board 
Harry R. Talbot 

Treasurer 
A. Lee Roulston 



President 
Robert J. Tubbs 

Vice President 
Walder J. Engstrom 

Assistant Treasurer 
Fred C. Brown 



Assistant Secretary 
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Office: 17 Leyden Street — Call Plymouth 878 



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SEARS FUEL COMPANY 



"Let The Green Fleet Deliver Your Heat" 



Off Lothrop Street 



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Allen D. Russell 
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Arthur G. Estes, Jr. 
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THE OCKERS COMPANY 

Your headquarters for — 

— Books — college outline series 

— Dictionaries — Greeting cards 

— Brief cases and school supplies 

— Portable typewriter sales and service 

15 Main Street Plymouth 



Telephone 2255 



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The Prodigious Business Staff 


and 


"Sapho", "Ezmerelda" 


"Laverne" & "Josephine" 



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Plymouth Rock Grocery 



Bell Shop 



Perino's Service Station 



Kent's Beauty Salon 



Cherry's Service Station 



C. Paul, Shoe Repairing 



Primo's Service Station 



Old Colony Laundry (Ply.) 



Roger's Store 
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Bernard's Ladies Apparel 



Plymouth Rock Hardware 



Jim's Restaurant 



Sears Roebuck Company 



Plymouth & Brockton St. Ry. Co. Guild's Jenney Station 



Tavernelli's Barber Shop 



Bumpus Machine Shop 



Forn Sign Company 



Victoria's Market 



Milton Gellar 



Cappanari Brother's Grocery 



The Children's Shop Inc. 



Cape Bargain Mart 



Mr. & Mrs. Antone R. Pimental 



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Henry's Furniture 


Mr. & Mrs. Karl Lekberg 


Louis Barber Shop 


Mr. & Mrs. Victor Shiff 


Margie's Beauty Shop 


Bruno's Sandwich Shop 


Crowell's 


Mr. & Mrs. L. Coffman 


Eddy Borgatti 


Miss Jeanette C. Jacques 


Mary's Beauty Shop 


Mr. & Mrs. Francis W. White 


Mr. & Mrs. Harry Cohen 


Darsch's Beauty Shop 


Tony's Barber Shop 


Vic's Esso Service 


Roy E. Beaman 


Mr. & Mrs. Leah Douylliez 


Little Hat Shoppe 


Mr. & Mrs. Louis Balboni 


Greg's Barber Shop 


Tommy Brewster 


Marois Market 


Barbara Marinos 


Manomet Lumber Co. 


Mr. & Mrs. Reginald Flaherty 


Youngman's Oil Service 


Irving C. Drew 


Bradley Pharmacy 


Mr. & Mrs. Oscar Niemi 


Town Shoe Service 


Mr. & Mrs. James P. O'Brien 


Anti's Tailor Shop 


Mr. & Mrs. Jos. M. Ferreira 


Cecil Hilton Crowell 


Mr. & Mrs. Antone Morgardo 


Mrs. Henry Savi 


Mr. & Mrs. Ferdinand Tache 


Mr. & Mrs. John Perdigao 


Mr. & Mrs. John Souza 


Mr. & Mrs. Ido Ruffini 


Mr. & Mrs. Victor Venturi 


Mr. & Mrs. Clement Perry 


Mr. & Mrs. Joseph C. Shaw 


Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Roderick 


E. M. Staples 


Roger Arno Roessel 


Mr. & Mrs. Russell F. Sears 


Mr. & Mrs. Dewey Debrusk 


Hans Slade 


Mr. & Mrs. Homer Cadorette 


Mrs. Virginia K. Egan 


Mr. & Mrs. Francis W. Savery 


Russ Battle 


Manomet Youth Club 


Edward N. Quintal 


Mrs. Eugene Diachun 


Manomet Lumber Company 


Mr. & Mrs. William J. Brenner 


J. Paul Sartre 



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